- Latest stalemate leaves United 14 points behind Manchester City
- ‘Three games without scoring sounds a lot. It’s a bit of a worry’
Ole Gunnar Solskjær has admitted Manchester United’s lack of cutting edge is a “worry” after his side were held to a third successive goalless draw to leave them 14 points behind the leaders Manchester City before the derby on Sunday.
United managed one shot on target at Selhurst Park in a lacklustre display that followed another drab stalemate at Chelsea on Sunday and the 0-0 draw against Real Sociedad in the Europa League last week.
Written by Ed Aarons at Selhurst Park
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