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‘I’m used to it!’ – This is the third time: Furious Erik ten Hag rages after Man Utd denied penalty against Tottenham as he complains about decisions going against his side

Erik ten Hag voiced his frustration, asserting that Manchester United has faced unfavorable decisions throughout the season, following the denial of a penalty in the intense 2-2 draw against Tottenham.

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Incident Overview:
The manager expressed his anger as Alejandro Garnacho was not awarded a penalty after being pushed by Destiny Udogie in the first half at Old Trafford.

Despite the incident, there was no VAR review, leaving Ten Hag visibly frustrated.

Ten Hag’s Response:
When questioned about his surprise at the lack of a penalty decision, Ten Hag replied, “Yes. What can you do? But I am used to it, all season that is the case.

At Spurs, it was similar, a clear handball from [Cristian] Romero, and I can list a number more.

At some point in the season, I think it will turn to our side. Let’s hope for that.”

Broader Context:
This is not the first time United has felt aggrieved this season. Previous instances include a denied penalty against Tottenham, where Romero handled the ball.

Ten Hag also expressed dissatisfaction with marginal offside calls against Garnacho and a potential penalty for Rasmus Hojlund in the defeat by Arsenal.

Additionally, he believed Manchester City received a soft penalty in their October win at Old Trafford.

What Lies Ahead for Man Utd:
With a two-week break before their next match – an FA Cup fourth-round tie against either Eastleigh or Newport County – the Cup seems to be United’s only chance to salvage a disappointing season.

Premier League action resumes on February 1 with an away fixture against Wolves.

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