Manchester United defender Harry Maguire has now said that the team must improve in the next match after the draw against Leeds United today, MySportDab reports.
Maguire believes that United did not create enough chances to win after the goalless draw at Elland Road.
Marcus Rashford came close to scoring in the first half with a free-kick.
Asked for an opinion about the game, Maguire told Sky Sports: ‘Tough. We had control of the game but failed to punish them and create enough chances.
‘We created some good chances, but we didn’t create enough.
‘We knew how they would play here. Earlier in the season at Old Trafford in the first half, we capitalised on the areas that they failed at.
‘Our attacking players love a one v one and, today, it just didn’t happen for us.’
Manchester United face Roma next in the Europa League before Liverpool head for Old Trafford on Sunday next week.
Maguire also said that Manchester United must do better in the next two matches.
He added: ‘It’s a big week for us. We have to improve, for sure, we need to be more clinical.
‘Obviously the Europa League match against Roma will be a tough tie, but it’s one we are ready for, and then we have to play against Liverpool at Old Trafford.
‘It’s definitely a big week for us, but we must go into with full confidence and try to improve on today’s performance.’
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Harry Maguire says Manchester United controlled the game but lacked quality to get the win pic.twitter.com/wVqyMfFVrt
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