Erik ten Hag and wife Bianca enjoy leisurely bike ride through Cheshire as Man Utd manager relaxes on weekend off | The Sun

MANCHESTER UNITED manager Erik ten Hag enjoyed a leisurely bike ride around Cheshire on Saturday with his wife Bianca.

The Red Devils were due to take on Crystal Palace this weekend only for all Premier League fixtures to be postponed following the death of The Queen.

Instead, Ten Hag has spent the day off with his family.

He was spotted riding through the streets of Cheshire on his bike with wife Bianca at the beginning of the weekend.

Ten Hag sported a jacket and jeans as he cruised around the North-West.

His relaxing afternoon off came just two days after Man Utd suffered a 1-0 defeat to Real Sociedad at Old Trafford.

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The Europa League clash was determined by a bizarre and controversial penalty call.

New boy Lisandro Martinez was penalised after the ball deflected off his knee and onto to his elbow following a shot from close range.

Real Sociedad earned a penalty as a result and Brais Mendez fired it home to earn his side the decisive goal.

The decision sparked outrage from United players and fans as the defeat put a halt to the Red Devils' fantastic run of form.

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Despite a poor start to the season – which saw the team lose their opening two games to Brighton and Brentford respectively – Ten Hag's squad quickly turned things around and have since defeated some of their biggest rivals.

Following two successive defeats, Man Utd went on to beat Liverpool, Southampton, Leicester and Arsenal.

The Red Devils introduced five new additions over the summer including Martinez, Tyrell Malacia, Christian Eriksen, Casemiro, Martin Dubravka and £85.5million man Antony.

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