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Manchester United told focus ahead of Bayern Munich as Gary Neville questions Erik ten Hag tactics

Here are your Monday morning Manchester United headlines.

Phelan on United

Mike Phelan has urged Manchester United to tighten up in all departments as Erik ten Hag and his misfiring team prepare to take on Bundesliga champions Bayern Munich on Wednesday night.

United were swept aside 3-1 by latest Premier League opponents Brighton at Old Trafford on Saturday afternoon, as goals from Danny Welbeck, Pascal Gross and Joao Pedro settled the scores. Academy graduate Hannibal Mejbri replied late on for United with what was his first senior goal for the club.

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Things will not get any easier for Ten Hag's squad in the coming days either as they get ready to kick-off a return to the Champions League this season. Bayern are their first Group A opponents at the Allianz Arena.

Speaking about the Brighton game, two-time former assistant manager Phelan, who worked under the legendary Sir Alex Ferguson, told Stadium Astro: "It was disjointed. They looked as though they were setting up a certain way of playing. I thought there was a lot of rotation, which exposed them to the strengths of Brighton, which was to play through the middle."

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Neville questions Ten Hag

Gary Neville has questioned Ten Hag's decision to deploy a midfield diamond during Saturday's 3-1 defeat at home to Brighton and Hove Albion. United were well beaten as, after a bright start, Roberto De Zerbi's side got a foothold in the game and continually caused problems in wide areas. And Neville has seemingly blamed Ten Hag for deploying such a narrow midfield.

Neville told Sky Sports:

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