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Man Utd star likes posts slamming Erik ten Hag’s criticism of him on social media after Bournemouth draw

Manchester United played out a 2-2 draw against Bournemouth at Vitality Stadium on Saturday, with Bruno Fernandes equalising twice for them.

Manager Erik ten Hag took off Alejandro Garnacho at half-time for Amad Diallo, revealingbthat it was primarily tactical due to the problems Man United suffered down their right-hand side.

“We lost some balls in areas we shouldn’t lose them,” the Dutchman said after the game.

“If you see the first goal, the set-up was good – but in that area you should never lose the ball, but it’s still not a goal. On the right side defending we had some problems in the first half. At half-time, we repaired it.

“In the second half, Harry (Maguire) was better, we repaired it on the right side and we took more control of the game and if we would have been more calm and composed, we could have had a win.

“I think we had to repair over the right side. We didn’t play well – the spaces were there. In possession, we had to bring a sub there.

“Garnacho was during the week not training. Only yesterday. We thought to bring some energy and bring some more quality, quality in the sense of cooperation and togetherness on that right-hand side.”

The United Stand owner Mark Goldbridge took to social media platform X after the game and slammed Ten Hag for his criticism of Garnacho.

The Argentina international liked the posts, suggesting he was unhappy with Ten Hag’s comments.

Man United can count themselves lucky to have left Vitality Stadium with a point, as the hosts should have put the game to bed in the first half.

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