Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag said he is to blame for a humiliating 4-0 loss away to Brentford on Saturday which left the one time kings of English football bottom of the Premier League.
Brentford scored four goals inside the opening 35 minutes to spark joyous scenes at their west London ground.
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Former Ajax manager Ten Hag had seen his United reign begin with Brighton recording their maiden win at Old Trafford last week, but this defeat plunged the Red Devils to the bottom of the table for the first time in 30 years.
“You have to take responsibility on the pitch as a team and as individuals, that’s what we didn’t do,” Ten Hag told Sky Sports.
“What I asked them to do is play with belief and take responsibility for the performance. We have to work on that.”
He added: “The manager is responsible as well. He has the main responsibility and I’ll take that and work on that.”
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