Manchester United registered a famous 2-1 victory over arch-rivals Liverpool. The Red Devils started the game with incredible intensity as took the lead thanks to Jadon Sancho’s composed finish in the 16th minute. The home team, with constant high-pressing football, doubled their lead with Marcus Rashord’s 53rd-minute stunner and won their first match of the 2022-23 PL season.
After the match, Manchester United's manager Erik Ten Hag was extremely excited about his first Premier League victory and was asked to share his thoughts on the result by the Sky Sports panel. Ten Hag praised the team for the performance and in this process unknowingly dropped an F-Bomb. He said, “It’s all about attitude. As you see, we bring attitude to the pitch. There was communication. There was fighting spirit. You can see what they can achieve because they can f*****g play football!”
After Ten Hag’s comments, Sky Sports presenter David Jones quickly responded with an apology for the flowery language and said “Sorry for the language if there was a little F-Bomb dropped in there we do apologise.”
Former United captain Gary Neville, who was present during this interview, shared a laugh with other panellists, former teammate and captain Roy Keane and former Liverpool player Jamie Carragher, and said, “I quite enjoyed it.”
After this fixture, the Red Devils jumped over their arch-rivals Liverpool in the Premier League table as they went from the 19th to the 14th spot. Where the Merseyside-based goes down to the 16th spot as they have failed to register a single victory in the 2022-23 season.
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