Ten Hag praises 1 player before Fulham’s red card comment 

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Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag paid special praise to one of his players after the FA Cup quarter-final. Where the Red Devils opened their nest to beat Fulham The remaining 9 players went 3-1 last night.

Erik ten Hag hailed Marcel Sabitzer after Manchester United beat nine-man Fulham to reach the FA Cup semi-finals last night. Manchester United’s hopes of winning more trophies from the Carabao Cup and a treble this UFABET season were put in jeopardy when Aleksandar Mitrovic thwarted Fulham. take the lead But the game turned around in the space of two minutes as Fulham lost two players, including manager Marco Silva.

Ten Hag praises 1 player before Fulham's red card comment 

          The drama started in the 75th minute when Anthony quickly got the ball on the counter. Waiting for the moment to pass the ball, Jadon Sancho receives the ball before touching it, Bernd Leno throws the ball in the penalty area, about to enter the goal, Willian backs down to help, but uses his arm to protect referee Chris Cava. Nah checks VAR with a penalty – raises a red card to chase Willian and kicks Aleksandar Mitrovic, who complains about the black shirt, and Marco Silva gets ejected from the field before the black shirt looks at VAR. and Bruno Fernandes killed a penalty for the Red Devils to equalize 1-1 

          When asked about Willian’s red card That led to the dismissal of Silva and Mitrovic. Ten Hag added: “It was very clear.” But it’s not for me to comment on them. For me it’s all about Manchester United.” Ten Hag also praised Manchester United loanee Sabitzer , who scored his first goal for the club and helped the hosts take the lead. “He’s been in great form,” Ten Hag said of the Bayern Munich midfielder. “We’re delighted he’s back from injury. Three days between now and the end of the season. So we need the fittest players possible.

The Red Devils face Brighton in the FA Cup semi-final, while the reigning Premier League champions league like manchester City face Sheffield United. “The next game is a long way off,” Ten Hag said. Then it’s about Newcastle, Brentford and Everton.

         After the match, 29-year-old Austria international Sabitzer spoke to ITV about his first goal since arriving at the club. “It’s huge. I’m so happy!” “It’s an important goal. I am very happy now. big win We want to go back to Wembley. We can do it “[When] following 1-0, it’s hard and hard. But we came back and won,” when asked about the penalty incident in which Fulham star Willian was sent off for handball. Sabitzer added: “I didn’t see it. the judge said so So we went that way. I focus on the game It’s easier for us. We have to concentrate on the game and the result.