Roy Keane points out ‘scary’ stat and says Manchester United may not be going in right direction under Ten Hag

Manchester United might be headed in the wrong direction under Erik ten Hag says former Red Devil Roy Keane

Roy Keane wasn’t too harsh on Manchester United for their loss against Man City last night. The former Red Devil said that the Blues were just incredible and there wasn’t a lot that United could do in that situation.

This is true, to say the least, Guardiola’s men took a total of 27 shots on goal last night, while Erik ten Hag and the team couldn’t even manage to put up five shots in total.

Now Keane might not have a lot to say about last night’s embarrassing loss, however, he did say that he’s unsure about the direction that the club is headed in under the guidance of the Dutchman. Let’s have a look at what he had to say. (h/t Sky Sports)

Erik ten Hag has given his reply to Pep Guardiola's rivalry remark ahead of the highly anticipated matchup between Manchester United and Man City.
Erik ten Hag has failed at every level this season. (Photo by Ryan Hiscott/Getty Images)

“I can’t be too hard on Manchester United today as City were just brilliant,”

“They showed why they’re champions. That’s 11 league losses now for United. That’s one scary stat”

11 losses in the Premier League sure is an embarrassing stat for a club as big as Manchester United. In fact, they are the only club within the top six that have recorded more than six losses in the League this season.

So forget about winning, Erik ten Hag hasn’t even been able to manage a draw on most occasions. For a club that constantly talks about establishing a winning culture, such results are unacceptable.

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Additional losses might have major repercussions for Erik ten Hag. (Photo by OLI SCARFF/AFP via Getty Images)

The Dutchman will surely be trying to fix the situation as the season goes on. However, things might not go his way.

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