Read Up”When asked about Andre Onana’s Bayern Munich mistake, Erik ten Hag was blunt.” The Manchester United manager said the 4-3 loss was about the team, not an individual.
United manager added, “I think he shows that he takes responsibility and shows personality and the personality he needs to get in high levels.
“But that’s not only about him; it’s about the team’s performance, so we must help him on the pitch and in life.
“But it counts for all players on the pitch, not just Andre. They must realize they are all in the same boat to succeed.”
Ten Hag stated people should ‘not make it larger than it is’ and is certain Onana will recover from the clanger before Saturday’s Premier League match at Burnley.
The Dutchman stated, “When you score three goals in Munich you have to take at least a point, which we didn’t.” “We must examine ourselves in the mirror.”
Mikel Arteta said he got emotional on a ‘beautiful night’ as Arsenal won 4-0 over PSV Eindhoven at the Emirates Stadium to return to the Champions League.
“It was a beautiful night after such a long time,” Arteta added.
We wanted to win the game with the appropriate performance. The atmosphere and Champions League music were excellent.
Before it, everyone was emotional. I thought we excelled in both boxes today. That probably made the difference today.
Yes, I was emotional. I was thrilled. Though excited, I tried to control and not show it.
We earned our way into this competition last year, which is where we need to be as a club. We must create to maintain this level.”
After David Raya replaced him, Arsenal goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale may need to find a new club in January.
Ramsdale has been benched for two straight games, including Wednesday’s 4-0 Champions League win over PSV.
Aston Villa great Gabby Agbonlahor believes the England goalkeeper will be devastated after helping Arsenal return to Europe’s top competition.
Ramsdale should go in January if Raya stays in the starting XI, Agbonlahor suggested. Play somewhere, he must.
“Ramsdale will suffer. He was crucial to his team’s Champions League qualification.
Football is harsh and heartless.”