Following Manchester United’s final Premier League match of the season, manager Erik ten Hag delivered an impassioned speech to fans at Old Trafford.
The match ended in a 2-1 victory for United, with Kenny Tete scoring the opening goal for Fulham. However, United goalkeeper David de Gea saved a penalty from Aleksandar Mitrovic, which helped turn the tide in United’s favor.
After Jadon Sancho scored the equalizer, Bruno Fernandes netted the winning goal for his team in the second half.
Following Manchester United’s final Premier League match of the season, manager Erik ten Hag spoke to the crowd and expressed his belief that United could defeat Manchester City in the upcoming FA Cup final.
Despite finishing his debut season in England with a third-place finish, Ten Hag remained optimistic about his team’s chances in the final.
He said, “There’s still one game to go, and I’m sure that these players will give everything to beat Manchester City next week! I’m sure we will have a really good chance to bring the cup back to Old Trafford.”
Manchester United will face Manchester City in the upcoming FA Cup final, and while City are considered the favorites to win, there is hope for United.
City recently suffered a surprise 1-0 defeat to Brentford in their final Premier League match of the season, which may have dented their confidence. United, on the other hand, are eager to win the FA Cup and add to their trophy cabinet.
Additionally, a win over City would prevent them from achieving a treble, making the match even more important for United.