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Paul Scholes blasts two Manchester United players after Brighton defeat

The two players in his reception Scholesreview was Scott McTominay and Fred. The midfield duo failed to control the game and were bullied by Graham Potter’s side.

United found themselves two goals down at half-time after Pascal Gross scored twice in ten minutes.

Legend of the Red Devils Scholes described the first-half performance as “token”.

Scholes he told Premier League productions: “It’s been a shocking start for Manchester United and the first half was really dark.

“The signs were there from the first minutes that this was going to be bad.”

Afterwards, the former England midfielder was blown away McTominay and Fred.

He added: “McTominay he was always trying to run with the ball, ridiculous. The quality in the middle of the pitch was really poor.

“I was happy he wasn’t sent off [for a high challenge] but i think he was a bit lucky. He’s running with the ball again, absolutely ridiculous. It could easily have been a red card. The quality in the middle of the pitch has not been good enough, but we have seen that in recent years with these two players.

“With Fred and McTominayhe [Ten Hag] I should go with just one of those, but even one of those is probably too many.

“Fred passes the ball all the time and McTominayHe tries to run with the ball constantly and then gives it away. Give it to your best players! It is not that hard. It’s criminal on a day like today.”

After the game, Ten Haag expressed his disappointment at the result.

He said Sky Sports: “It’s definitely a setback, a real disappointment, but we have to deal with it. I knew from the beginning that it wouldn’t be easy, it’s a process and it takes time, but we don’t have time. We have to win games and we should have done better.

“I analyze it and it was unnecessary. We gave away too many easy balls and the organization was a big mistake. It wasn’t the way we did it, we made it clear how to deal with certain situations when we fall in. But it happens, we have to analyze it and learn from it.”

United will now have to dust themselves off and perform much better next weekend when they travel Bradford.

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