Coach Ralf Rangnick has now slammed his Manchester United team for a poor performance in the 1-1 draw against Burnley, MySportDab reports.
United impressed during the first half but two strikes were disallowed, and only Paul Pogba’s first league goal stood.
Minutes into the second half, Burnley equalised to make it 1-1 thanks to Jay Rodriguez.
The German manager believes that taking only a point from this match against Burnley is bad.
Speaking after the match to BT Sport, Rangnick said: ‘In the first half, We had three goals, and just failed to find that killer instinct in the first half.
‘However, in the last 25 minutes we had a lot of chances to win through set-pieces, free-kicks, corner kicks.
‘In the end, we did not score any goal in the second half and it cost us the points.
‘But again one point from a key match like this is just not enough.’
This is another frustrating period for Manchester United after crashing out in the FA Cup last week to Middlesbrough.
West Ham’s 1-0 win against Watford saw them move into fourth place above United on the table.
Also, Arsenal could get ahead of United on goal difference if they win their match at Wolves.
🗣 "Manchester United haven't won a title in the last 10 years, there must be some good reasons for that. Everybody inside the club including myself would be happy if we finish fourth at the end of the season."
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