Manchester united manager was unhappy for his squad after losing their first match of the season at home on the hands of Brighton with the match ending 2:1 in the favor of Brighton. Man united has now recorded two defeats on row against Brighton and they will be hoping to come back strong.
German midfielder Pascal Gross scored twice for the Seagulls in the first half, with the Dutchman admitting his team gave 'two easy balls away in the build up for both goals embarrassing Man united at their own home field.
The hosts were only able to get one in response through an own goal by Alexis Mac Allister in the 68th minute and Brighton defended properly denying Man united to equalise the second goal.
On post conference match interview,Ten Hag has warned his players to learn their mistakes quickly before the opponent takes advantage of of the ball. Manchester united set to face the Bees second match of the league hoping to pick first win of the league.
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