07 Th3 2022 | 10:56
Rangnick speaks after losing to Man City
Manchester United have continued to experience another defeat at the hands of Manchester City, in a game they have entered extremely actively. But entering the second half, the game changed completely and coach Ralf Rangnick’s army really looked like an amateur team against The Citizens.
In the opinion of former defender Gary Neville, letting Man City control the ball up to 92% in a certain time, for Man Utd is unacceptable. Besides, Neville also confirmed, the Red Devils’ dressing room is really in disarray.
Talking to Sky Sports, the Man Utd legend shared (quoted by TeamTalk and BBC):
“In the last 25 minutes of the game, Man Utd lacked morale. They’re walking around the yard.”
“After the third goal, Man City had 92% of the ball. It’s unprecedented, that’s unheard of and unforgivable .”
“Over the last two to three months, Man United have been dressing up, playing against teams where you don’t have to be at your best to get results. The only two teams from the Top 8 that they’ve faced, City and Wolves. , have all beaten them – and there will be a few more tough matches to come.”
“The dressing room isn’t broken, but it’s not far away either.”