According to Opta, Manchester United have only registered a shot at goal in their last three premier league matches yet manager Louis van Gaal doesn’t see that as a problem as he was only left disappointed by his team’s Vulnerability from set-piece in the lost against Bournemouth.
Junior Stanislas scored directed from a corner inside the first two minutes before Joshua King added the winner after Marouane Fellaini had equalized for Louis van Gaal’s side but the night was for the Cherries as they ran out 2-1 winners.
“Two set-plays cost us. That is not normal for us because we give a lot of attention to organisation. They had a few variations and did it very well but still it cannot be,” the Dutchman told Sky Sports.
“We played rather well in the first half and I had the feeling we could win in the second half but then a set play and you are behind in the score and it is very difficult to have a revival.
“The players had done everything but Bournemouth pressed on the ball in a fantastic way which made it difficult to get the equaliser or create chances.”
Manchester United remains fourth on the premier league log with 29 points after 16 matches so far this season.