Erik ten Hag, the manager of Manchester United, insists he is unconcerned by his team’s inability to score against Omonia Nicosia of Cyprus this evening in the Europa League.
The home team had to wait for a goal from Scott McTominay in stoppage time to give them a 1-0 victory because the Red Devils had plenty of chances but didn’t take any of them.
Man Utd supporters will likely be relieved that their team persevered and earned the three points, but one imagines they’ll also be perplexed about their team’s inability to take advantage of their opportunities and triumph more convincingly against this caliber of opposition.
However, Ten Hag didn’t appear overly concerned when he addressed the subject in his post-match interview.
After watching his team score a lot of goals this season, the Dutch tactician made it clear he had faith in them to eventually find a breakthrough.
Even though United has a wealth of attacking talent, including stars like Cristiano Ronaldo, Antony, Jadon Sancho, and Marcus Rashford, tonight was not their best.