Morning United fans
Erik ten Hag hailed Manchester United’s speedsters as they ended Arsenal’s 100 per cent start to the season.
And Ten Hag vowed this is just the start.
The Dutch boss declared: “Antony and Marcus both played great, they were a continual threat.
“Our offensive is really strong – they are creative and have speed.
“This is the first time they have played together and this performance is great to see.”
Erik ten Hag is adamant the work must be done on the training ground to continue to improve.
Speaking after Man Utd defeated Arsenal, ten Hag was typically demanding of his players.
“We have to keep pushing mentality, attitude,” he said.
“I think there is a lot of room for improvement. Everyone has to bring their maximum every day to Carrington to bring this process in right direction.”
Piers Morgan will donate £1,000 to charity after losing a bet with Manchester United legend Gary Neville.
The pair interacted online before Arsenal’s trip to Old Trafford when
Neville tweeted: “You’ll get done at Old Trafford Sunday! Forget the title.”
Gooner Morgan replied: “Fancy a £1000 bet to charity on that, T-Bag?”
To which Neville replied: “Yep!”
The eight-time Premier League winner had a front row commentary seat to watch his old side win 3-1.
And man of his word Morgan tweeted: “Name your charity, T-Bag, payment will be made in the morning.”