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Ten Hag Appears to Single Out Man United Duo for Blame After Bayern Humbling
- Manchester United were stunned in their UCL Group A opener against Bayern Munich
- Manager Erik ten Hag appeared to blame two of his players after the 4-3 humbling
- This was United's third successive defeat across all competitions during this season
Erik ten Hag has seemingly singled out two Manchester United stars for blame following their Champions League defeat at Bayern Munich.
United have endured a frustrating start to the new season, winning just two of their five opening games of the Premier League campaign.
The Manchester club suffered a 3-1 defeat last weekend against Brighton and were hoping to bounce back to winning ways when they faced Bayern on Wednesday night.
However, their efforts proved futile as they were condemned to yet another defeat in a seven-goal thriller.
Rasmus Hojlund went on to pull one back for United before the break, only for Harry Kane to restore Bayern's two-goal advantage.
While Casemiro managed a brace deep in the second half, it was not enough to earn United at least a point in the Group A opener in this year's UEFA Champions League.
Ten Hag seems to blame United duo after Bayern loss
Ten Hag has now seemingly taken issue with the performance of two Man United stars and appeared to blame them for the loss against Bayern.
Speaking after the tie, the underfire Dutchman suggested Marcus Rashford and Christian Eriksen should have done more to prevent Sane from getting the opener.
"It's not only about one mistake because before that, it was too easy for the player to take the shot," Ten Hag said via Express UK. "Mistakes are being made but you have to bounce back as a team."
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The Cameroonian goalkeeper was between the sticks during the Red Devils' Group A opener against the Bundesliga giants on Wednesday night. However, he had a game to forget after shipping in four goals.