The face of the Manchester United manager told quite the story after Hary Maguire made another glaring mistake to hand hosts Sevilla the lead inside the opening 10 minutes
The much-maligned defender scored an own goal in the first-leg late on at Old Trafford to hand the Spaniard’s hope coming into this tie and has now made his side’s task all the more difficult for the second leg. Maguire passed the ball back to David de Gea, before the shot-stopper played a relatively tame pass back into the feet of the centre-back.
While some will argue De Gea’s pass was not one Maguire would have wanted, the defender simply has to do better than what followed. His attempt to play the ball out wide to Aaron Wan-Bissaka was cut out by Erik Lamela, which allowed Youssef En-Nesryi to calmly guide his strike into the bottom corner unchallenged.
Ten Hag cut a miserable figure on the touchline, stood staring blankly at the pitch while the rest of his players could barely believe what Maguire had just done.
De Gea must certainly take some responsibility for his part to play in the error, but further replays have showed Maguire actually calling for the ball from his goalkeeper.
Considering he did so without scanning what was around him, Maguire has once again cost his side. Just how badly remains to be seen, but United now trail 3-2 on aggregate and will have to respond.