Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag has dropped a shocking reaction to Man United Champions League defeat to Bayern Munich, MySportDab reports.
Manchester United stumbled to their fourth Champions League defeat in Group A to finish bottom of the group.
Harry Kane set up Kingsley Coman for a 75th minute tie-breaker to compound Man United woes and hand the Bavarians a deserved win over the Red Devils at Old Trafford
It is United’s 12th defeat in all competitions this season and the second time they have crashed out of the group stages of Champions League since a decade.
Reacting to the loss, Erik ten Hag seemed to have grown a thick skin over Man United’s dismal campaign so far this season.
The Dutch insisted United is still a ‘very good’ team, and he has no regrets that they have crashed out of the Champions League.
Speaking of United’s underwhelming campaign after the game, ten Hag said;
“Not with regret. We didn’t make it, but we have to accept it. We have to learn from it.
”We played some good football in the Champions League. We have to take some good performances into the Premier League. We want to be back in the Champions League.”
“We didn’t lose it today, that’s clear. We had good performances but also we made mistakes. In the end it was not good enough.
”’Today’s performance was very good. We didn’t deserve to lose, but we lost the game,’ added Ten Hag.
Kingsley Coman’s strike made Manchester United the first English club to concede 15 goals in the group stages of the Champions League.
United conceded 4 goals on their Champions League opener against Bayern Munich, conceded 3 goals at home to Galatasaray, conceded 4 goals away to FC Copenhagen, 3 away to Galatasaray, before the narrow 1-0 loss to Bayern Munich.
The Champions League deadlock wraps up what has been a slow and poor start to the campaign for the Red Devils.
They were knocked out of EFL Cup by Newcastle United, and are fully out of Europe with no Europa League football as they finished bottom of Group A.