EPL: Your players weak, couldn’t complete four passes – Sagna slams Man Utd


 

Former Manchester City defender, Bacary Sagna, has slammed Manchester United following their Premier League derby 6-3 defeat against Pep Guardiola’s side on Sunday.

Sagna, a former Arsenal star, said Man United players were not strong enough against Man City at the Etihad Stadium.

According to him, Erik ten Hag’s men were ‘terrible’ during the encounter and could not complete four successful passes against Man City.

“Terrible. You know, when you play a big derby, the first minute is very important,” Sagna told the Genting Casino.

“When you play away, you need to be ready to go because you know the opponent will come at you straight away. You have to be ready to give 100%.

“When I watched the game, the Manchester United players were not strong enough. They couldn’t keep the ball. They couldn’t complete four passes. If you want to take anything from a game like this, you have to be better on the ball.

“City will always put you under pressure, but these players play for Manchester United, they have quality. They should be able to keep the ball. I was surprised by their performance.

“They didn’t approach this game in the right way. They were not aggressive. This was a rude awakening for United and highlights just how far they are behind Manchester City.”

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