Man United fell 3-2 to Galatasaray in the Champions League despite two goals from Rasmus Hojlund.
Rasmus Hojlund believes Manchester United should not be surrendering so soon after scoring this season.
United’s 3-2 loss against Galatasaray on Tuesday night at Old Trafford came despite the fact that the Red Devils twice seized the lead. Both times, however, they lost immediately after scoring.
Galatasaray surprised Erik ten Hag’s side with a late victory, making United’s path to Champions League qualification much more difficult than it would have been otherwise.
Hojlund had a two-goal night, but his club still lost a surprising game. In an interview with MUTV after the game, he discussed how the outcome left him feeling conflicted.
United, he said, needs to stop giving up goals so soon after scoring one. This is something Christian Eriksen had also brought up in an earlier postgame interview when asked about United’s issues.
It’s not easy,” he admitted. “It’s not about the individual performance, it’s about getting the three points and right now we’re not good,” Irvin said. “So I’m happy and I’m not happy.”
After losing to Crystal Palace, a supercomputer made a worrying forecast about Man United’s chances of qualifying for the Champions League. It’s happened a couple times in recent games. We must review this information tomorrow and have a group discussion about it.
It’s a rough patch, but we’ll get through it if we stick together. If we want to continue playing Champions League after the group stage, we need to win several games right now.
I’m excited to face Copenhagen because it’s my old club and my brothers play for them. Though I play for Manchester United, I have a deep affection for Copenhagen.