Ratcliffe prepared to dump Ten Hag signing in favour of “lightning quick” Arsenal target – report

Manchester United’s drama-filled 2-2 stalemate against Liverpool yet again underlined how Erik ten Hag and his players do not know how to control games.

Having already dropped points against Brentford and Chelsea from winning positions due to their naivety and inconsistent decision-making last week, United found themselves with a great opportunity to make amends against their fierce rivals on Sunday.

With less than 10 minutes of normal time to play, the hosts found themselves leading the game 2-1. However, Ten Hag gave away all the control by taking off Alejandro Garnacho for Sofyan Amrabat.

This conservative move took away all the pace from United’s frontline, and as a result, the threat from the counter attac fizzled out.

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