ERIK TEN HAG dismissed suggestions earlier this week that he was under pressure.
And some of them were relieved this afternoon when his Manchester United got out of their way THIRD STRAIGHT Sensational home defeat in a row.
A lackluster United were minutes away from becoming a club like no other SEVENTH Losing in the last 11 games overallagainst At the of dreams.
Until Scott McTominay struck twice in the final embers of the game to prevent his teammates’ blushes and give his manager a much-needed lifeline.
A first-half goal from Mathias Jensen that should have been saved by Andre Onana appeared to extend the club’s worst start to a season in over 37 years.
United huffed and puffed in the second half but struggled to break through the Bees’ resilient and lively defence.
However, McTominay finally broke their resistance in the 93rd minute before finally defeating them four minutes later.
Despite the Scot’s last-minute heroics, United are still more prepared for a relegation battle than a title fight as they struggle NINTH PLACE in the Premier League table.
Ten Hag’s £200 millionThe buying spree really hasn’t borne fruit so far this campaign.
After their sensational comeback, he may not want to believe it, but his head is still on the chopping block.
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