Manchester United were held to a goalless draw by Valencia at Old Trafford on Tuesday night, and it’s a game that has added further pressure on the club and manager, Jose Mourinho.
United have been unable to get a win in four games now, and with too many rumours surrounding the club of player unrest, we are yet to see the best of Jose Mourinho’s side this season.
At the full-time whistle against Valencia, boos and jeers could be heard from some sections at Old Trafford, and some fans were also heard shouting “attack, attack, attack” while the game went on.
United had some good opportunities to score and get a win in the second-half, but no one could get a goal while Marcus Rashford hit the woodwork towards the end of the second period.
Asked what he thought of the reaction from the United fans who were also shouting ‘attack, attack, attack’, Mourinho replied: “Freedom of speech. Especially Manchester United fans who I respect 200 per cent.”
Manchester United will now host Newcastle, and United will be looking to get back to winning ways with the club currently 10th on the table and far from the title chasing pack.
After the goalless draw on Tuesday, Pogba urged his teammates not to give up following the draw and insists Manchester United must keep fighting.
He wrote on Twitter: “Let’s keep fighting United.”