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Man Utd star Jadon Sancho told he's on 'borrowed time' as angry Erik ten Hag moment spotted in FA Cup final

Rory O'Callaghan

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Man Utd star Jadon Sancho told he's on 'borrowed time' as angry Erik ten Hag moment spotted in FA Cup final

Manchester United's season ended in disappointment on Saturday as they were beaten by rivals Manchester City in the FA Cup final.

City triumphed 2-1 in the first all-Manchester final in the competition's 152-year history.

Ilkay Gundogan put his side ahead with a superb volley after just 12 seconds, the fastest-ever FA Cup final goal, before Bruno Fernandes equalised for United from the penalty spot.

Gundogan then scored his second of the match after the break, another volley from outside the area, which proved to be the winner.


It ensured Premier League champions City remain on course for the Treble, with the Champions League final against Inter Milan still to come on Saturday.

City dominated possession throughout the final and managed to restrict United to half-chances, aside from the penalty.

A number of United players have come under fire for their lacklustre performances, including winger Jadon Sancho – who was replaced by Wout Weghorst with 12 minutes to go after failing to make an impact on the game.



Ten Hag's frustration with Sancho spotted

Manchester Evening News journalist Samuel Luckhurst spotted an angry interaction between United manager Erik ten Hag and Sancho before the England international was taken off.

"Ten Hag having a right go at Sancho, who's been anonymous again," tweeted Luckhurst.

The Telegraph's northern football correspondent James Ducker believes Sancho is now on 'borrowed time' after failing to show up in the final – comparing his disappointing performance to an exciting late cameo from substitute Alejandro Garnacho.


"The 18-year-old Argentine represents United's future. Sancho, on this evidence, does not," wrote Ducker.

"At 23, Sancho is no longer a promising teenager. Those days have gone and, for £73m, he has to be delivering so much more," added Ducker.

"He is on borrowed time and if someone comes in with a palatable offer this summer - even if it is hard to see who and would involve taking a hefty hit - you have to wonder if Ten Hag will be tempted to take the money and run."

Featured Image Credit: Alamy

Topics: Jadon Sancho, Football, Manchester United, FA Cup, Erik Ten Hag

Rory O'Callaghan
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