After A 2–2 Draw With Leeds, Ten Hag Lashes Out At Man United’s Stars.

Following their 2-2 draw with Leeds on Wednesday night, Jason Cundy said that Manchester United are “nowhere close” Arsenal and Manchester City.

He said that the outcome was “two points lost” in favor of an unmanaged squad.


After Wilfried Gnonto scored the game’s first goal and Raphael Varane deposited the ball in his own net at Old Trafford, the Red Devils found themselves two goals down.


However, Erik ten Hag’s team were saved a point by Marcus Rashford and Jadon Sancho.


United now trails league-leading Arsenal by seven points with two games remaining in the season.


“That outcome is not favorable for United; it is an unfortunate one.


“We all anticipated that United would enter the arena, cut the distance, and challenge for the championship? They’re not even close to Arsenal and Man City, based on what I’ve seen so far tonight. They aren’t.


“Even though they were down 2-0 going into the game, I believe United supporters will be leaving feeling defeated. That’s two significant points lost to a team without a manager, according to Cundy.

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