Manchester United manager, Erik ten Hag has said he would take the fall if his team fail to qualify for the Champions League Round of 16.
The Red Devils are still bottom of Group G following their 3-3 draw at Galatasaray on Wednesday night.
It is now imperative for Ten Hag’s men to beat Bayern Munich in their last fixture and hope FC Copenhagen and Galatasaray play out a draw for them to qualify.
“I blame myself if we go out. Know that we are in a project and we are improving.
“We are in the right direction. I know where we have to go, what steps to take and I’m sure we will be successful in the long term,” Ten Hag said.
Meanwhile, Manchester United legend, Paul Scholes has said Andre Onana was responsible for all the goals they conceded in a 3-3 draw with Galatasaray in the Champions League on Wednesday night.
Speaking on TNT Sports after the game Scholes said: “He makes people nervous, he makes the defence nervous, he makes the whole team nervous. He makes simple saves look really, really difficult.
“Beaten at the near post [for Galatasaray’s third]. We’ll probably have goalkeeper experts who will know more about this than us, but again I don’t think he should be beaten at the near post.
“His positioning is poor. For me, all three goals are down to him. His technique looks awkward.”
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