Ten Hag is not alarmed by Man United’s top-four chances

Erik ten Hag dismissed Liverpool’s threat and argued that Manchester United still has control over their top-four bid.

Ten Hag
Ten Hag

Fourth-placed Due to Manchester United’s two consecutive 1-0 losses to Brighton and West Ham, Liverpool, who had won six straight games, have been able to go within one point of United for the final Champions League position.

Ten Hag’s group does, however, hold a game in hand, and a victory in any three of their remaining matches—at home against Wolves, Chelsea, and Fulham, as well as a trip to Bournemouth—will ensure that they finish ahead of Jurgen Klopp’s squad.

It’s not about Liverpool, it’s about us and because of the table we have everything in our hands.

If we bring our performance and our standards we’ll win games. We don’t have to look to others, we have to look at ourselves and find a way to win and get back to our levels.

said Ten Hag.

West Ham invested $160 million in eight new players last summer and another $12 million on Danny Ings in January, but they have had a difficult Premier League season.

Full-back Aaron Cresswell, however, is optimistic that the newcomers are now gelling.

It’s always a tough transition when you bring in eight or nine players and, certainly for the boys who have come from abroad, it takes time for them to settle in.

It’s a new language, a new team, a new everything.

We knew it would be tough but I think in this game, some of the performances from the new lads – Thilo Kehrer was excellent, as were Lucas Paqueta and Nayef Aguerd. All the new boys who have come in were excellent.

Everyone played their part. That atmosphere was special too, especially in the last 10 minutes when you’re digging deep and everyone is cramping up.

But what a night, and it’s a massive three points. We’re not completely safe but we’re getting close to being mathematically safe.

Cresswell told West Ham TV.

West Ham was seven points above the drop zone thanks to a first-half goal by Said Benrahma that was made possible by a terrible error from Man United goalkeeper David De Gea.

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