Manchester United interim manager, Ralf Rangnick, has criticized his players following their Premier League 0-0 draw against Watford on Saturday at Old Trafford.
Rangnick admitted Manchester United players are not clinical enough after they were held to a demoralizing draw by Watford, adding that his team has dropped two points.
Man United had 22 attempts on goal, but three were on target as they dropped more points in their effort to qualify for the Champions League next season.
“Well, it feels once again like two points dropped we should have easily won,” Rangnick said at his post-match press conference.
“We did everything apart from scoring, we had enough chances in both halves to win that game, but we didn’t and, not for the first time, we dropped two points in a very important game.
“We had enough chances. In the first-half, we had four clear opportunities that normally are enough to score at least one or two goals and the second-half was similar.
“In the end it’s about efficiency, being clinical in front of goal, and this is not for the first time, unfortunately. Apart from that, we were in full control of the game, we dominated the game. In the last five minutes they had one or two transitional moments and apart from that, we dominated the game completely.
“Our job as coaches and head coaches is to help the team create enough chances.”
Man United will face Man City in their next Premier League tie in March.