Sky Sports issue apology after Man Utd manager Erik Ten Hag dropped F-word during live stream
- Manchester United recorded their first 2022-23 Premier League victory against Liverpool
- United manager Erik Ten Hag was visibly puffed up during the post-match interaction with his broadcasters
- Ten Hag uttered an F-word during a live broadcast in excitement and Sky sports hat to apologize
A starting XI without Cristiano Ronaldo, Man Utd saw their first goal from Jadon Sancho in the 16th minute and Marcus Rashford took a 2-0 lead in the 53rd as the home fans despite protesting following a humiliating 4-0 defeat. against Brentford, began to feel they would have the first points in the kitty. Although Mohammed Salah did his best to open the scoring for Liverpool but it happened in the 81st minute and it was probably too late.
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“It’s all about attitude. As you can see, we bring attitude to the field. There was communication. There was a fighting spirit.
Sky Sports presenter David Jones quickly took to the matter and apologized immediately, saying: “Sorry for the language, if there was a little F-bomb dropped in there we apologise. ” However, former United captain Gary Neville enjoyed the same as he shared a laugh with ex-teammate and captain Roy Keane and ex-Liverpool player Jamie Carragher on the Sky Premier League panel.
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United with the win moved up to 14th after Monday’s win.