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This marks my final season with this team. As Erik ten Hag hasn’t been able to achieve much here, I’ve decided to move to Spain for the next season. It’s tough to leave, but I can’t stay here anymore.

Christian Eriksen voiced his disappointment with both his own performance and that of his teammates after Manchester United’s recent match against Burnley, which ended in a 1-1 draw.

Even though he played for 81 minutes, Eriksen expressed dissatisfaction with the team’s failure to secure a win.

This feeling intensified after Burnley equalized with a penalty in the dying minutes, canceling out Antony’s early goal.

Speaking to MUTV, Eriksen said, “We were so close to getting all three points until the final moments of regular time.”

If we had kept a clean sheet and won, it would have been a success.

Reflecting on his individual display, he admitted areas where he could have done better.

He conceded, “There were moments where I could have made smarter decisions, whether it was positioning myself or my teammates more effectively.”

Despite knowing I’ll have limited playing time, I’m committed to giving my best.

With only five matches left and nine days until their next game, Eriksen stressed the importance of using the break to regroup for the upcoming Crystal Palace match.

Acknowledging the unusual break between games, he emphasized the need to stay mentally and physically sharp for the challenges ahead.

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