A clip from the pre-game tunnel shows Maguire forgetting Ten Hag’s orders.

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Clips from the tunnel ahead of Manchester United’s Premier League match against Brighton on Sunday showed Harry Maguire quickly forgetting Erik ten Hag’s orders.

Harry Maguire came under heavy criticism during a difficult time at Manchester United last season. And there were signs of concern in the opening game of the season against Brighton and Hove Albion on Sunday by the Red Devils captain. He came on as a substitute in last season’s 4-0 defeat to the Seagulls. However, he returned to the starting XI on Sunday as Graham Potter’s side triumphed at Old Trafford was the first of two goals from Pascal Gross with the German still scoring in a meeting last season.

A clip from the pre-game tunnel shows Maguire forgetting Ten Hag's orders.

  Before the game, there was a lot of talk about new manager Erik ten Hag and the changes. He has made to the club. And it seems that the changes that the new coach brings to the team still doesn’t work for all the players. Especially with Maguire. Before the new season, Ten Hag changed the position of the team’s bench on the sidelines at Old Trafford. A change from what had been done since the days of Sir Alex Ferguson

 in a new schematic agreed with Eric. Both the home and away horse arches have been replaced permanently. So now the manager, staff and the reserves of Manchester. United will be seated on the west side of the halfway line. which previously belonged to the away team,” the club said in a statement. “Eric approved the move after visiting Old. Trafford for the first time in May. And notice how close the old away team’s bench is to the tunnel. And near the halfway line at the warm-up substitute

The change affects each team’s line-up in the pre-game tunnel. But old habits It seems to be a difficult solution for Maguire. While players from both sides line up in the tunnel before the UFABET game starts. Maguire is seen standing in conversation with goalkeeper David de Gea. With the Spaniard appearing to warn his captain of the change.
By pointing out where the opposing team’s captain, Lewis Dunk, stood, and both teams switched sides before walking into the field.