Manchester United’s interim manager, Ralf Rangnick has reflected on his team’s performance against Everton.
The German was speaking in a press conference after the Red Devils lost the game 1-0 in the first game of the weekend. He expressed his disappointment following the team’s performance against the Merseyside team.
If you don’t score in 95 minutes against a team that conceded three goals against Burnley…it’s difficult to explain and for us as coaching staff it’s not easy to understand.I don’t see any connection between this (new manager) & don’t allow anyone to have this alibi or excuse. It doesn’t matter if it will be announced in 5, 15 or 20 days, the players should be eager to play CL but as long as we play like today they don’t deserve it.”
Manchester United’s quest for a spot in the Champions League next season suffered another blow as they are currently placed seventh on the Premier League table with 51 points after 31 games.