Erik ten Hag axed Cristiano Ronaldo and fell out with Andre Onana - so how will Man United boss deal...
Erik ten Hag is unlikely to be looking back on Sunday with any fondness.
Manchester United were denied a last-gasp winner against Arsenal by VAR, before Declan Rice and Gabriel Jesus scored twice in injury time to spark jubilant scenes at the Emirates.
United are already six points behind Manchester City and have already lost twice in four Premier League games this season.
Their injury crisis, meanwhile, has reached the stage where Ten Hag was forced to end the game with Harry Maguire and Jonny Evans on the pitch against Arsenal - a partnership last seen together for Leicester City four years ago.
What happened after the game, however, may concern the Dutchman even more.
Ten Hag said in his post-match press conference he had left Sancho out of the United squad for the trip to Arsenal 'on his performances in training'.
It prompted a furious response from the England international, who dismissed the claims as 'completely untrue'and insisted he has been made a 'scapegoat' in a lengthy social media post.