Eric ten Haag (53), the manager of Manchester United, did not lose his cool even after advancing to the final.
Manchester United defeated Nottingham Forest 2-0 in the second leg of the English Football League Cup (EFL Cup) semifinals in the 2022-2023 season held at Old Trafford in Manchester, England on the 2nd (hereinafter Korean time). This put Manchester United into the final with an aggregate score of 5-0, where they battled Newcastle United for the title.
Man United, who dominated Nottingham throughout the game, paid off in the second half. Anthony Martial, who returned from injury, scored the opening goal in the 28th minute of the second half, and Fred scored an additional goal three minutes later. Both goals were scored with assists from Marcus Rashford.
Now, Manchester United will compete with Newcastle for the championship trophy at Wembley Stadium on the 26th. Manager Eric ten Haag said: “This is a time when United have not won a title for too long. We know that and we have to do everything to bring home the trophy.”
“The first half was not good, but the second half was better. The first half was too slow and the tempo was too low,” Ten Hag told the BBC after the game. “I was happier in the second half. There was more movement and more tempo. 먹튀검증 The fact that we won 5-0 throughout the game is fine,” he said.
On this day, coach Ten Hagh used three replacement cards at once in the 17th minute of the second half. As the balance of zero continued, he added Martial, Jadon Sancho and Rashford all but Alejandro Garnacho, Anthony and Baut Behorst.
“You can make that choice to rest others for upcoming matches or because you need energy. It’s possible anywhere, but especially up front if you want goals to come and the tempo to pick up,” Ten Haag explained. .
When asked how he felt reaching the final, he said: “It’s great, but we play in the final to win it. Reaching the final isn’t an achievement. We want to beat them, but we have other things to do first. Back in the Premier League, this cup is I will bury it.”
Finally, coach Ten Haag expressed his anticipation for Sancho, who has returned. “It’s great that the fans have given Sancho love. I think he enjoyed his return to the pitch. He’s been laughing at Carrington training ground for the past few weeks,” he said. It will add a lot of strength,” he said.