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Three things we learned from Erik ten Hag’s first Man Utd lineup

Erik ten Hag partook in a fantasy start to life at Manchester United after his side easily beat Liverpool in their first pre-season well disposed of the mid year.

The 52-year-old named areas of strength for a to confront Jurgen Klopp's side and was justified after objectives from Jadon Sancho, Fred, Anthony Martial and Facundo Pellistri guaranteed triumph on the first day of the season.

Ten Hag rearranged his pack for the final part by rolling out ten improvements, with just David de Gea keeping his place. His unique determination may, be that as it may, as of now have alluded to what his arrangements are for the impending season. We investigate a portion of the things we advanced beneath.

Aaron Wan-Bissaka's future is in uncertainty

Harry Maguire had no impact in the game because of a little physical issue and there were no genuine shocks when Ten Hag named a back-four of Diogo Dalot, Victor Lindelof, Raphael Varane and Luke Shaw - the nearest he gets to best option with wounds thought about.

Wan-Bissaka lost his put under Ralf Rangnick and that appears to have been stretched out under Ten Hag.

Midfield legitimizes Frenkie de Jong pursuit

Throughout the long term, United allies have become progressively disappointed at Scott McTominay and Fred's powerlessness to reuse the ball and in spite of the fact that it was only a well disposed, Ten Hag's most memorable trip has legitimized his quest for De Jong, his old sidekick.

Zidane Iqbal, a final part substitute, exhibited what a De Jong-esque figure would add to the midfield and as of now, there is no senior player press sufficiently safe to work in the most profound job.

De Jong is an expert around there and in spite of the extended discussions with Barcelona, Ten Hag might well feel that eventually, everything will work out.

Sancho and Rashford's situating

Joined are light in wide regions yet in an original capacity side, Rashford and Sancho were continuously going to begin. The main question mark was over which flank they would play on.

Rashford played on his favored left while Sancho, who additionally likes to play on the left and partook in an upswing in structure when Rangnick changed him to that side keep going season, was put on the contrary flank.

Sancho was ostensibly the best player on the pitch yet should Ten Hag endure with that choice, it will help Rashford more than his partner.

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Facundo Pellistri Harry Maguire Raphael Varane Ten Hag Victor Lindelof


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