New Manchester United manager: Eric Ten Hag fails to impress Manchester United bosses – Eric Ten Hagg, offered to be Manchester United’s new manager in the summer, failed to give Ajax a treble before parting ways with the Dutch club, after rivals PSV made a surprise comeback to win the Dutch KNVB Cup. Follow Manchester United live updates on InsideSport.IN

What could have been a perfect farewell for Ten Hague ended with a defeat as PSV fans celebrated wildly at halftime. However, loyal Ajax fans have been praising the players since the game and the ten hags who gave back support.

New Manchester United manager: Eric Ten Hag fails to impress Manchester United bosses, loses Cup final against PSV - check out
New Manchester United manager: Eric Ten Hag fails to impress Manchester United bosses, loses Cup final against PSV – check out

New Manchester United manager: Eric Ten Hag fails to impress Manchester United bosses, loses Cup final against PSV – check out

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Young Ryan Gravenburch’s early goal put Ajax ahead, but PSV made a quick comeback as they closed the tie with two goals from Ten Hag & Co. 2 minutes apart.

Eric Ten Hagg’s coach Ajax is the favorite to win the Dutch league, ERIDVC because Ajax has been cleared 4 points from PSV and they have 5 games left to take the trophy home. However, according to recent reports, Ten Hague is on the verge of joining English giants Manchester United.

What could be a perfect chance to impress his next club by winning the Dutch KNVB Cup ended on a bad afternoon. Fans have failed to understand why Ajax Gaffer dropped the club’s top scorer Sebastian Haller from this all-important domestic cup game.

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Haller scored 32 goals in 40 caps for the Dutch but could not find his place on the field. In Haller’s place, 20-year-old Brobby landed on the field and caused chaos in the PSV defense due to his deadly speed.

Ryan Gravenberg exchanged some complex passes with Davy Klaassen before giving the ball behind the net. But Ajax failed to defend their lead and lost two goals in the 90th minute to close the tie.

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