Erik Ten Hag evaluates Man United's defeat against Newcastle United


Manchester United suffered back-to-back 0-3 defeats at Old Trafford within four days against Manchester City in the league and Newcastle United in the Carabao Cup.

The manager of the Red Devils, Erik Ten Hag, has taken responsibility for the defeats and also apologised to the supporters of the club. According to him, the players must stand up and stick together during this period.

"Yes, we know this is not good enough. I have to take responsibility. I feel sorry for the fans. Players will stand up. They are sticking together, you seen they tried. You’ve to do it as a team. That is the only way. Everyone has to take responsibility, be accountable and cooperate. That’s the keyword."

He also spoke about his future at the club despite some fans calling for his sack at the club.

"I am a fighter. I’m confident I can do it, but at this moment we are in a bad place. I take responsibility but I see it as a challenge. I have to stick together with my players and fight together."

Manchester United face Fulham next in the Premier League and Copenhagen in the UEFA Champions League.