DEVASTATING NEWS: coming live from Fabrizio Romano, Erik ten is yet again under pressure as Manchester United legend blasted him after their loss against Nottingham forest. Scholes was furious with Manchester United’s loss 2-1 Premier League loss at Nottingham Forest on Saturday he said ” He ” Erik ten Hag” is One step forward and two steps backwards, i always try to understand his style of play but I can’t see anything i don’t know why he is still in that position honestly he should be fired it’s really embarrassing”. “One step forward and two steps back” – Manchester United legend delivers bold verdict after Nottingham Forest loss.


Manchester United’s year concluded on a devastating note, suffering a 2-1 loss to Nottingham Forest on December 30th. The initial half showcased lackluster performances from both sides, with United managing only one feeble chance, a shot by Aaron Wan-Bissaka, revealing their vulnerability in the absence of Rasmus Hojlund, lacking a threatening presence upfront.

The game’s tempo escalated in the second half with Forest dictating play, searching for an opening. However, United came close in the 55th minute when Diogo Dalot’s powerful strike hit the post, leaving Forest’s keeper, Matt Turner, helpless. Despite this, it was Nuno Espirito Santo’s squad that struck first in the 64th minute, as Nicolas Dominguez netted from the edge of the box, exposing defensive lapses involving Raphael Varane and Jonny Evans.

United swiftly responded, with Alejandro Garnacho and Marcus Rashford posing challenges for Forest’s defense. Turner’s blunder in the 78th minute, attempting to play from the back, allowed Garnacho to capitalize, setting up Rashford for an excellent finish, leveling the score.

The match remained intense as both teams sought a winning goal. Turner redeemed himself with a crucial save denying Christian Eriksen in the 82nd minute. Shortly after, Forest seized the opportunity, with Anthony Elanga feeding Morgan Gibbs-White, who capitalized and regained the lead, adding to United’s woes compounded by defensive errors.

The game ended with Scott McTominay’s tactical substitution proving ineffective, and Bruno Fernandes’ late effort being denied by Turner’s sharp reaction. This loss marked another setback for Ten Hag’s squad, casting doubt on their chances for a top-four finish. Criticism mounted from fans, notably targeting Ten Hag’s decision-making, particularly the signing of Antony.

Fans expressed frustration and disappointment on social media, highlighting their dissatisfaction with Ten Hag’s management, attributing it to the team’s underperformance despite considerable investment and trust placed in him by the club.

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