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“Ten Hag’s Talk: The Lowdown on Jonny Evans’ Battle – Manchester United’s Defensive Drama Unveiled!”

Man Utd lost 4-3 against FC Copenhagen in the Champions League, forcing Jonny Evans to leave the team.

The severity of Jonny Evans’ injury is still unknown to Erik ten Hag, since the center defender was substituted during the first half of Manchester United’s Champions League loss to FC Copenhagen.

At the Parken Stadium, the 35-year-old was starting for United for the fifth time in seven games when he was substituted after just 16 minutes due to what appeared to be a leg muscle injury.

After being released by Leicester City at the end of the previous season due to an injury-plagued campaign during the Foxes’ Premier League relegation, Evans returned to Old Trafford this summer on a free transfer.

After being released by Leicester City at the end of the previous season due to an injury-plagued campaign during the Foxes’ Premier League relegation, Evans returned to Old Trafford this summer on a free transfer.

In Denmark, Raphael Varane took his position. Evans, who is awaiting word on the severity of his most recent injury, joins Lisandro Martinez and Luke Shaw as left-sided center back alternatives that Ten Hag is no longer able to use.

Ten Hag was especially frustrated because Evans and Harry Maguire had been playing well together at the center of defense, and United had gotten off to a strong start in the match. They were ahead 1-0 at the time of the replacement and added another goal shortly after, but they lost 4-3 and were in danger of missing out on another Champions League group stage match after Marcus Rashford was sent off.

Right now, I’m not positive. When questioned about Evans’ injury after the game, Ten Hag stated, “He has to come off.” It’s unfortunate, in my opinion, because he contributed to our team’s performance throughout the favorable stretch of the game, when we were in charge and exuded composure.

Yes, but he had to back off, and I believe that we are still in charge and in the lead. Thus, we must assess its severity. This is not an 11-player game. We can address that since we have quality replacements and a larger roster of players.

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