Ten Hag cited strange reason for catching Ronaldo on the bench in derby

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Manchester United manager Eric ten Hag has cited the bizarre reason. Cristiano Ronaldo was substituted in the Manchester derby last night.

  Piers Morgan condemns Erik ten Hag after the Dutch manager Surprisingly revealed that he kept Cristiano Ronaldo on the bench for the game. The Manchester derby is ‘respectful of his great career. The 37-year-old Portuguese superstar listed as one of United’s substitutes for the trip to A. Tihad Stadium but he didn’t play and the hosts squandered 6-3.

Ten Hag cited strange reason for catching Ronaldo on the bench in derby

           In this game, Manchester City led a decisive 4-0 in the first half, with Phil Foden and Erling Haaland scoring two goals each and both adding to their own score in the half. Behind Equals that the two can make a hat-trick together both of them. While Anthony shoots a beautiful shot for the Red Devils to follow from a distance, including Anthony Martial who rises. From the bench to score two goals alone, Ronaldo was clearly disappointed that he wasn’t involved in the UFABET game.

     After the match, Ten Hag told reporters that That he didn’t use Ronaldo was because ‘Respecting his great career’ but did not give further details. “And the other advantage is that I can bring Martial down, he needs time on the pitch. But I don’t want to point it out like that,’ the 52-year-old added, adding that Morgan was unimpressed by Ten Hag’s commentary and attacked the Red Devils boss on Twitter.

          “Imagine having @Cristiano on the bench in Manchester United’s biggest game of the season and then using five other subs because they’ve been smashed to the bottom and claim you. ‘Respect him?’ Morgan tweeted. “Ten Hag is an arrogant and deceitful idiot. The way he treats Ronaldo is disgraceful.” Ronaldo has only played one Premier League game since Ten Hag took over in the summer.

The former Ajax boss says his players have shown their talent. ‘Lack of faith’ until being attacked by rivals in the city. There is no good piece. “There are no excuses. in top football You have to bring out a good result,” he said, noting that he would not consider the lack of Premier League games in the past month as a cause for defeat. United’s next program includes two Europa League games against Cyprus side Omonia. In the meantime, they travel to Everton next Sunday.