“I apologize” – Maguire admits he made “mistakes” in Germany draw, vows to overcome “tough time”

Baku, September 28, AZERTAC

Man Utd captain Harry Maguire has admitted that he made “mistakes” in England’s 3-3 draw against Germany at Wembley on Monday night, according to Football 365.
Maguire has been enduring a torrid time over the past year. He struggled for Man Utd last term as they finished sixth in the Premier League.
The defender has been hampered more than most by Erik ten Hag’s arrival as he has found himself on the bench in recent weeks. Lisandro Martinez and Raphael Varane have been preferred at centre-back.
He has not been playing much for Man Utd but he was still included in Gareth Southgate’s squad for this month’s games in the UEFA Nations League.
The Three Lions boss admitted after including Maguire that the player’s situation at Man Utd “is not ideal” ahead of this winter’s World Cup.
Luke Shaw defended Maguire after the draw, insisting that his United teammate is an “unbelievable player”:
“I will be honest, it is a tough period at the moment,” Shaw said.
“Of course Harry is an amazing player, an amazing character. He has taken a lot of stick, probably more than I have ever seen before in football but he never hides away, he is always there.”
Maguire has spoken out himself as he apologized for the mistakes he made:
“Mistakes are part of the game, I apologize,” Maguire said on Instagram.
“Great fight back and spirit to get us back into the game by the lads.
“Take the positives and look forward to Qatar. The tough times will make us stronger.”

Sports 2022-09-28 12:43:00