Manchester United’s David de Gea was devastated after losing to Liverpool as a joke. But the team has to take responsibility by returning to do good work as soon as possible. Starting with Real Betis in the Europa League this Thursday.
Manchester United goalkeeper David de Gea was one of the players to openly tweet after Sunday’s 7-0 defeat to rivals Liverpool . Came, conceding that the result was truly a disaster , and urged his UFABET team-mates to return to good form in Thursday’s Europa League round of 16 first leg against Real Betis. this march
Spanish veteran goalkeeper Always show a safe form for the Red Devils , but the game at Anfield has no chance at all. Especially in the first half, the Reds only shot into the frame once and it was a goal from Cody Kakpo, the Dutch offensive line, while the second half of the home team hit the frame 7 times, losing 6 goals, which the 32-year-old gatekeeper left. Let’s move on to the results of this embarrassing competition.
“This is a disastrous time for us. And these results should not happen. Especially on the race route where we are showing good form, Mr. Dan from the fierce bull country. Tweeted on his private Twitter account, “We have a duty to this club. It is responsible for representing the club emblem. We still have many opportunities to look forward to. Many games are coming up fast. And we need to focus on these things.”
United left-back Luke Shaw told the club’s program MUTV: The standard of play at the Red Devils has dropped in recent days since the team won the Carabao Cup at Wembley Stadium. By beating Newcastle United in the final and it is unacceptable to allow many mistakes to occur in this game.
“We have to find good things. that we did before and bring it back because it was very painful I really can’t take it with what we did in the second half with a mistake We do not show our individuality. no soul For big teams that come to compete here we must be better But we can’t let results like this bring our whole season down because I think we’re still in a good place.”