1. The organization of the army of Erik Ten Hag
Erik ten Hag made one change from the Premier League win at Nottingham Forest – with Bruno Fernandes suspended from the game.
Marcus Rashford, Marcel Sabitzer and Luke Shaw. Who had previously had injury problems. Return to the team. But Rashford and Shaw not yet. fit enough to start
Back four: Diogo Dalot (left), Harry Maguire, Victor Lindelof, Aaron Wan-Bissaka (right).
In midfield, Casemiro is paired with Christian Eriksen. While the wingers are Jadon Sancho (left) and Anthony (right), with Sabitzer in the role of No.10 and Ong. Toni Martial is the center forward in a 4-2-3-1 formation.
2. Sevilla strategy
Sevilla coach Jose Luis Mendilibar has also deploy a 4-2-3-1 for his players, with Youssef N-Neziri as the center forward, with Ivan Rakitic regularly. The position of player number 10, with Eric Lamela and Lucas Ocampos standing on the left and right sides of the line, respectively
The local boss put determination and hunger for the team. He instructed the players to press aggressively in the top half early in the game to keep Manchester United from setting up.
This is to hijack Manchester United’s weaknesses because the Red Devils always have problems when they are pressed by opponents.
“We should be better. That’s what we want. We are impatient, impatient and can’t beat the press. we lost the fight They have more passion. thirst for more and more focused That’s why it’s difficult to win in the game,” Erik Ten Hag state after the game.
3. Repeated mistakes
Manchester United players make the same mistakes often. Especially after the Sir Alex Ferguson era.
They like to make mistakes. And it led to the team losing the goal.
In the first two goals they conceded. It came from both own goals. Especially the first ball that Tyrell Malacia played was not detailed. The second child is Harry Maguire’s misfortune.
In the second leg, three goals were scored. It was all because of their simple mistakes, particularly Maguire’s first goal and David de Gea’s third.
A big game like this shouldn’t happen.
4. Ten Hag must miss the first game
They ‘killed themselves’ from the first game. Where they were two goals ahead and probably thought that. ‘There shouldn’t any problems with this game. Because competitors do not cause embarrassment to them.’
Erik Ten Hag therefore decided to change at once 3 people in a row in the 62nd minute, which made the team noticeably weaker. And that became the beginning of ‘disaster’ for them.
It was an extremely expensive lesson for Erik ten Hag.