Tyrell Malacia joined Man Utd from Feyenoord this summer season (Image: Getty)
Manchester United left-back Tyrell Malacia has revealed how the workforce turned issues round after a dismal begin beneath Erik ten Hag.
Ten Hag took cost of United this summer season and became the first boss to lose his first two games in charge of the club since John Chapman in November 1921.
However the Dutchman has since go on to guide United to victory of their final 4 Premier League video games – together with spectacular wins over Liverpool and Arsenal.
That run has seen United climb to fifth within the Premier League desk and they’ll transfer three factors behind league leaders Arsenal in the event that they win their sport in hand.
Netherlands worldwide Malacia, 23, moved to Previous Trafford this summer season in a £14.7m deal from Feyenoord and has defined what modified for the facet following the historic defeat to Brentford.
‘Each sport is troublesome [in the Premier League], each week is troublesome – there aren’t any simple video games,’ Malacia instructed Sky Sports.
‘[After the Brentford match] we spoke with one another so much, as a workforce, we skilled and the very first thing we needed to do was the fundamentals – work laborious.
‘That’s the place it began, you’ve seen it within the video games. It wasn’t all the time good soccer however we labored laborious and that’s why we stored successful video games.
‘Now we’ve to have that as a typical and now we’ve to develop our possession sport.’
United are again in motion on October 2 after they face Pep Guardiola’s champions Manchester Metropolis on the Etihad Stadium.
Quizzed concerning the upcoming Manchester derby, Malacia added: ‘I spoke with the fellows they usually instructed me they’re actually, actually large video games.
‘However I stay for these video games, so I’ve to offer every little thing and we as a workforce have to offer every little thing.
‘Not even the massive video games, the opposite video games, it’s essential to have your requirements excessive each sport.’
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