Donny: We all take responsibility
Donny van de Beek says everyone in the team must take responsibility following Manchester United’s disappointing 2-1 Champions League defeat to Istanbul Basaksehir on Wednesday night.
The hosts went ahead through Demba Ba when the Reds got caught after taking a short corner on 13 minutes.
Speaking after the game in Istanbul, Donny feels all 11 players defend as team as the Reds should have done much better for the opener.
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“We started okay in the first 10 minutes but then we gave the ball away, I don’t know how, and after that, I think we lose the confidence. We can play much better,” he told BT Sport and MUTV.
“I mean we are a team and everybody has the responsibility. I think we can play much better, like I say before.”
Anthony Martial’s header just before the break gave United hope, but ultimately there was no way back for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's men.
“I had the feeling really [we could come back after Martial’s goal] – there was also a lot of space to play and create something. But we did not create many chances,” added the midfielder.
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“For them, it was a really nice win. For us, as I’ve said before, we’re really disappointed. We need to improve a lot.
“What I say – we are Manchester United. We need to improve. I think the games before, like the last game against Arsenal, was the same. We played not our best game. Now we have to step up against Everton.”