Ralf Rangnick apologises for the humiliating defeat against Brighton

Manchester United suffered a shocking 4-0 loss against Brighton last night.

The Red Devils are now definitely out of the top-four spot after yesterday’s horrendous loss against the Seagulls.

They have just one game left to play and could not finish any higher than their current sixth place in the standings.

Rangnick’s men have lost three of their last five games and leaked 12 goals in that process.

“It was a terrible performance. From the first until the last minute it was not enough. We can only apologise for this performance and a humiliating defeat,” said Rangnick, who will hand over coaching duties to Erik ten Hag at the end of the season.

“[Monday’s win over Brentford] was a different game, we just gave too much time and space (to Brighton),” added German Rangnick.

“We were never in a position where we could stop them playing through our lines. We told the players be as compact as they could but we couldn’t stop it.”


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