In their latest Champions League fixture United lost in Copenhagen 4–3. United lost 4-3, shockingly, and now sits bottom of Champions League Group A, despite holding a comfortable two-goal lead for much of the first half. 

The loss has put Ten Hag under intense scrutiny and has given the Red Devils their worst season opening in fifty years.

Scholes believes that Ten Hag won't be sacked

Former midfielder Scholes has pointed out that Manchester United will not be able to let go of the Dutchman. Scholes told TNT Sports: “I still don't feel like there's that much pressure on Erik ten Hag. 

He had a good year and bought some time. He's had bad injuries but nine defeats in 17 is not good enough. I know United have sacked before, but I don't think they can afford to keep doing that, I think we've got to let this fella go with it."

The only positive takeaway from last night's match was Rasmus Hojlund who showed a good performance in the match. But again United to failed to capitalise on it as their string of poor performances continued. 

Ten Hag's team was once again plagued by the rapid goals they let up against Bayern Munich and Galatasaray earlier in the group stages, as they were unable to rally behind Marcus Rashford's dubious red card.