Manchester United manager, Erik Ten Hag wasn’t looking too happy when his side concede in the first half of the game which is expected from any manager in his shoes.
However, the Dutch football manager had to introduce new tactics to switch up the game in the second half and that yielded a good result as the Red Devils came from behind to secure a win at Cyprus.
“We started well,” explained Erik ten Hag in his post-match interview with BT Sport.
“Then an unnecessary mistake and had a really bad 10 minutes.
“We have to learn from it. You let the crowd get alive, you have to avoid that.”
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Discussing the 3-2 win over Omonia in the Europa League, the Manchester United boss added: “It has to only be a warm-up, on Sunday we have to react.”
Goals from Marcus Rashford and Anthony Martial helped the Red Devils beat Omonia, who looked like a real threat on several occasions.
Manchester United will face Everton on Sunday as they look to bounce back from a 6-3 loss to Manchester City.