Manchester United captain Harry Maguire has promised fans that. They will come back to do the right thing to do better. After opening the home defeat to Manchester City in the latest Premier League match, according to reports from Manchester Evening News.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer led the Red Devils team to lose at home again in the game. The Manchester derby, with Pep Guardiola’s men’s side, took three points back with a score of 2-0 from Aaron Wan-Bissaka’s own goal and a shot from Bernardo Silva
In this game, Maguire and Luke Shaw were both heavily criticized for their poor performances. In particular. Leaving the second goal at the end of the first half. The captain of the Man United team has come out through social media after the game.
“We will get through. This difficult time as a group of players. We know and admit that in this game. There is nowhere that we are good enough. We can feel the anger and frustration of all of you.”
“We will do whatever it takes to make us do. What is right and we will do what is right. Thank you for your support,” Maguire said.