After just one match, Eric Ten Hag Has broken a long-term record after Brighton managed to 2–1 win in Old Trafford.
Graham Potter’s side emerged victorious thanks to a brace from midfielder Pascal Gross, this victory being Brighton’s first ever win at Manchester United, Old. Trafford.
An unwanted record for Tin Hag as he later became the first coach in the rich club’s history to stumble at home against The Nawras.
After largely positive Before In the season, United fans expected their team to easily beat Brighton away, but it never turned out that way.
From the start, it was Potter’s team that was ahead, and could have taken the lead 20 seconds later after a Diego Dalot foul. Leandro Trussard On the left flank but the Belgian only managed to find the side net.
The deadlock was eventually broken in the 30th minute as Gross was found unmarked to easily pull in a cross by former United player Danny. Welbeck.
Less than 10 minutes later, things went from bad to worse for Ten Hag as Gross was once again in the right place at the right time to curl a rebound into the net after United goalkeeper David. de ji Shot saved by Soleil Walk.
was 2–0 in the first half and United were booed by their disgruntled fans. in the second half, Cristiano Ronaldo It was introduced in the 53rd minute.
But wanting forward cannot inspire a return. United managed to reduce the difference after an oral defense led to an own goal by Alexis Macalister.
The visitors held out as they scored their first ever win at Old TraffordAfter 12 defeats and two draws, they finally came out as winners.
United’s defeat also meant that for the first time since 1973, the Red Devils finished one season and started the next with a defeat. Not a good start for Teen Hag.
After the match, Gross talked about his team’s performance and performance.
said day Sky SportsWe couldn’t ask for much more: three points away from Manchester United in their first home game. It’s a big win for us today.
“I don’t know [why I score so many against United]. I would like to score more goals against other teams.
“I think we played really well. game plan It was really good we stuck with him and we were clinical in front of goal.”
Ten Hag is looking for his first Premier League win next week when he leads his team with United Brentford.