Manchester United stung by Brentford

If you were an observer of the spectacle put on by the Red Devils as they lost 4-0, you’d see there was plenty to discuss over your usual cookies and tea. The Red Devils were completely outclassed in Erik Ten Haag’s second game as manager. The team struggles not just for form, but frankly for answers as Cristiano Ronaldo seeks to leave behind his glorious footballing days at the Theater of Dreams, Ten Haag seeks to find some consistency in his squad. On the other side of the pitch is longtime Danish master tactician and manager Thomas Frank; whose system made the Bees look set to deliver such a devastating result, it was Josh Dasilva who led the scoring with a deft finish that had the Brentford Community Stadium beaming with pride.

Soon after, the English giants found themselves trailing 3-0 before half-time with no tactics or formation to articulate much of the answer. The next question for the Red Devils will be how they can find the score to hold on in games to give themselves an outside chance so far in the season, to reach the top four, Ten Haag has allowed six goals in 136 minutes of open play. The next thing to consider after this result is whether or not Frank’s men will continue this form and improve on an almost inferior finish and whether or not Ten Haag will turn to his owners, the miserly American business owners The Glazers to bring reinforcements to inspire the comrade. after a devastating loss at the start of the season.

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