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Manchester United News: Rangnick slams his team’s physicality after getting hammered by Liverpool

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Manchester United News: Ralf Rangnick didn’t hold back after another embarrassing defeat by the hands of Liverpool. The interim manager accused his team of not being physically prepared for matches.

Liverpool thrashed Manchester United 4-0 at Anfield. Luis Diaz, Sadio Mane, and a Mohamed Salah brace gave Jurgen Klopp’s side another memorable victory over their old enemies. While Liverpool’s dream of unprecedented quadruple lives on, United’s hammering has left them with little choice but to look within.

United has shipped 15 goals and scored only one in games against the two Premier League title contenders.

Liverpool opened the score after only two minutes, with Luis Diaz knocking home a Sadio Mane cross. And things got even worse after that, with Paul Pogba being forced off with an injury less than 10 minutes into the game.

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Manchester United News: Rangnick slams his team's physicality after getting hammered by Liverpool
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The Frenchman, who is out of contract at the end of the season, walked out with a suspected calf injury and was replaced by Jesse Lingard, who had a dismal game.

Rangnick decried the fact that United has suffered several muscular ailments, despite having the ‘luxury’ of no real fixture congestion, following the setback, which dealt another huge blow in their push for a top-four berth.

“He pulled his muscle in his calf due to a muscular ailment,” the interim United manager stated. “The worry for me is the number of players who have been injured. The fact is we are just playing one competition and nothing more.”

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“I’m not thrilled about it, but it’s the terrible reality of the situation right now, and we have to accept it. Liverpool is participating in four competitions and has no injuries.

“This is also on how you train. What do you do and what steps do you take to recuperate and get back to full fitness. These are the inquiries that must be made.”

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“You have the ability to change it; other clubs have done so. Why should their players be in better shape than ours? This isn’t something that needs to be that way by default.”

What did Rangnick say after the Leicester game?

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“Our physical game is not up to the mark. They were the better team physicality in certain sections of the game,” he said this after the 2-2 draw with Leicester City in early April.

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“It was about one-on-one duels,” said Rangnick. We were too often second-best whenever there was body contact. This is something we need to improve on for the rest of the season, but especially for next season.

Manchester United News: Ralf Rangnick didn’t hold back after another embarrassing defeat by the hands of Liverpool. The interim manager accused his team of not being physically prepared for matches.

Liverpool thrashed Manchester United 4-0 at Anfield. Luis Diaz, Sadio Mane, and a Mohamed Salah brace gave Jurgen Klopp’s side another memorable victory over their old enemies. While Liverpool’s dream of unprecedented quadruple lives on, United’s hammering has left them with little choice but to look within.

United has shipped 15 goals and scored only one in games against the two Premier League title contenders.

Liverpool opened the score after only two minutes, with Luis Diaz knocking home a Sadio Mane cross. And things got even worse after that, with Paul Pogba being forced off with an injury less than 10 minutes into the game.

Manchester United News: Pogba’s injury and Rangnick’s comments

Manchester United News: Rangnick slams his team's physicality after getting hammered by Liverpool
Manchester United News: Rangnick slams his team’s physicality after getting hammered by Liverpool

READ MORE: Carlo Ancelotti given green light to sign Manchester United striker! 

The Frenchman, who is out of contract at the end of the season, walked out with a suspected calf injury and was replaced by Jesse Lingard, who had a dismal game.

Rangnick decried the fact that United has suffered several muscular ailments, despite having the ‘luxury’ of no real fixture congestion, following the setback, which dealt another huge blow in their push for a top-four berth.

“He pulled his muscle in his calf due to a muscular ailment,” the interim United manager stated. “The worry for me is the number of players who have been injured. The fact is we are just playing one competition and nothing more.”

“I’m not thrilled about it, but it’s the terrible reality of the situation right now, and we have to accept it. Liverpool is participating in four competitions and has no injuries.

“This is also on how you train. What do you do and what steps do you take to recuperate and get back to full fitness. These are the inquiries that must be made.”

“You have the ability to change it; other clubs have done so. Why should their players be in better shape than ours? This isn’t something that needs to be that way by default.”

What did Rangnick say after the Leicester game?

READ MORE: William Saliba takes aim at Arsenal again

“Our physical game is not up to the mark. They were the better team physicality in certain sections of the game,” he said this after the 2-2 draw with Leicester City in early April.

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“It was about one-on-one duels,” said Rangnick. We were too often second-best whenever there was body contact. This is something we need to improve on for the rest of the season, but especially for next season.

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Manchester United News: Ralf Rangnick didn’t hold back after another embarrassing defeat by the hands of Liverpool. The interim manager accused his team of not being physically prepared for matches.

Liverpool thrashed Manchester United 4-0 at Anfield. Luis Diaz, Sadio Mane, and a Mohamed Salah brace gave Jurgen Klopp’s side another memorable victory over their old enemies. While Liverpool’s dream of unprecedented quadruple lives on, United’s hammering has left them with little choice but to look within.

United has shipped 15 goals and scored only one in games against the two Premier League title contenders.

Liverpool opened the score after only two minutes, with Luis Diaz knocking home a Sadio Mane cross. And things got even worse after that, with Paul Pogba being forced off with an injury less than 10 minutes into the game.

Manchester United News: Pogba’s injury and Rangnick’s comments

Manchester United News: Rangnick slams his team's physicality after getting hammered by Liverpool
Manchester United News: Rangnick slams his team’s physicality after getting hammered by Liverpool

READ MORE: Carlo Ancelotti given green light to sign Manchester United striker! 

The Frenchman, who is out of contract at the end of the season, walked out with a suspected calf injury and was replaced by Jesse Lingard, who had a dismal game.

Rangnick decried the fact that United has suffered several muscular ailments, despite having the ‘luxury’ of no real fixture congestion, following the setback, which dealt another huge blow in their push for a top-four berth.

“He pulled his muscle in his calf due to a muscular ailment,” the interim United manager stated. “The worry for me is the number of players who have been injured. The fact is we are just playing one competition and nothing more.”

“I’m not thrilled about it, but it’s the terrible reality of the situation right now, and we have to accept it. Liverpool is participating in four competitions and has no injuries.

“This is also on how you train. What do you do and what steps do you take to recuperate and get back to full fitness. These are the inquiries that must be made.”

“You have the ability to change it; other clubs have done so. Why should their players be in better shape than ours? This isn’t something that needs to be that way by default.”

What did Rangnick say after the Leicester game?

READ MORE: William Saliba takes aim at Arsenal again

“Our physical game is not up to the mark. They were the better team physicality in certain sections of the game,” he said this after the 2-2 draw with Leicester City in early April.

A banner

“It was about one-on-one duels,” said Rangnick. We were too often second-best whenever there was body contact. This is something we need to improve on for the rest of the season, but especially for next season.

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