Thomas Frank: "Manchester United had to change the system against little Brentford"



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Thomas Frank: "Manchester United had to change the system against little Brentford"

"They were incredibly lucky. They didn't have a chance until the first goal, that's why they paid 72 million for Sancho, who was not even on the bench," the coach of the London team said after the match. Manchester United fans probably couldn't have imagined, let alone hoped that after the disastrous first 45 minutes, their favorites would eventually record such an easy and convincing victory at Brentford Community Stadium, without the usual drama at the finish.

Ivan Toney brought a late goal to the London team just before the end, however, the coach of the popular Bees, Thomas Frank, was inconsolable. According to the manager of Brentford, Manchester United slipped against his team.

"We are the smallest club in the Premier League, Manchester United is probably the biggest, and we broke them in the first half, we should have led 2-0, they didn't even come close to us. I am very proud of my team," said the Danish expert after the match.

Frank continued in the same tone, praising the party provided by his chosen ones. "The way we completely destroyed them in the first half was amazing. We were aggressive, we wanted to play offensively, to push the ball forward.

It's a wonder they didn't lose 2-0 at halftime, De Gea did a fantastic job, he was far away United's best player tonight. "

Thomas Frank on its chances

It all comes down to whether you use your chances, Coach Brentford is aware of that.

"They scored from the first chance they had. That changed the course of the game. We had to prevent the second goal to stay in the game. I think they had an incredible chance." "We created five, six chances, we had three great opportunities.

Of course. We had to use our chances, I know all that s*it. They had to change the system against little Brentford." "They didn't have a chance before the first goal, so they paid 72 million for Sancho, who was not even on the bench," concluded Frank.

. It must be admitted that Thomas Frank is right,. In the first half, Manchester United was much weaker and had almost no chance other than Cristiano Ronaldo’s crossbar. However, in the second half, it was as if a new team appeared.

They played masterfully, defended well, and in the end took the victory. David de Gea excelled this time as well, and saved the team Manchester United is not far from the 4th position