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Casemiro makes worrying comments about Manchester United



Casemiro makes worrying comments about Manchester United

Manchester United midfielder Carlos Henrique Casemiro has expressed his frustration over the club’s faltering form this season, admitting to experiencing sleepless nights as they struggle to find consistency on the pitch.

Under the leadership of manager Erik ten Hag, United finds themselves facing an uphill battle in their pursuit of Champions League qualification, currently trailing behind Aston Villa and Tottenham by 11 points, who occupy the fourth and fifth spots respectively in the Premier League standings.

Their hopes suffered another blow on Sunday as they were held to a 2-2 draw by title contenders Liverpool, further widening the gap between them and the top teams.

Reflecting on the team’s predicament, Casemiro opened up about the challenges they are facing and emphasized the need to address their current situation on a daily basis.

“It’s difficult. This is the point that bothers me most about not fighting for titles,” Casemiro told ESPN.

“Being 20 points behind first place. Sometimes, I can’t even sleep to try to think about doing something different. It’s reality. There’s no point in thinking about title or Champions League places, we need to think about today’s games.”

He stressed the importance of focusing on each game individually and lamented the missed opportunities in recent matches, stating, “We need to think game by game and focus on the next match, against Bournemouth.”

Despite facing a formidable opponent in Liverpool, Casemiro praised his teammates for their resilience, particularly in the second half of the match.

“The game [vs. Liverpool] was very fast-paced and well played,” he remarked.

“We were playing against one of the leaders of the competition and who is going through a good moment. We responded well. Both teams had opportunities. The game was good. At home we are strong, but we played against a great team. We have to think about the next match.”