Erik ten Hag makes it very clear that he thinks Man Utd made a £50m mistake Manchester United were in Europa League action on Thursday

night as the clubs took a break from their domestic competitions to compete across the continent. As is usually done,

Red Devils boss Erik ten Hag shuffled his pack for the visit of La Liga side Real Sociedad, resting some of his regular stars and giving fringe

Centre-backs Victor Lindelof and Harry Maguire returned to the squad, while Casemiro started for the first time since his £70m summer move from Real Madrid.

Fred was also in the squad with Scott McTominay named on the bench and Cristiano Ronaldo, who has only been a bit player so far this season

The defender was named on the bench for the clash, with Ten Hag preferred full-back Diogo Dalot retaining his position on the Red Devils' right.

The Hag made five changes during the game as United lost 1-0, even hooking the Portuguese defender on 46 minutes to give him a rest.

But instead of passing to the natural right-back, The Hag nodded Lisandro Martinez and moved Lindelof wide to play in a relatively unfamiliar position.