Ralf Rangnick`s Side Have Dropped 2 More Points

Manchester United 1-1 Southampton United failed to move into the top four after drawing against Southampton at Old Trafford this afternoon. United started the game fairly well and Jadon Sancho scored his first Premier League goal at Old Trafford to hand Manchester United the opener.

Manchester United v Southampton

Southampton`s last visit to Old Trafford was disastrous. The Saints lost 9-0 at Manchester United last season, and that would have been at the back of Ralf Hassenhutl`s mind this afternoon. However, his Southampton side still had enough confidence from their dramatic 3-2 win over Spurs.

Southampton Threatened Manchester United often and just after the break, they were rewarded.


Manchester United 1-1 Southampton Match Summary

Manchester United v Southampton - Premier League

It ends all square at Old Trafford between Man United and Southampton, despite numerous chances for both teams to win it. United led at the breakthrough Sancho, but they were pegged back straight from the restart as Adams fired in the equalizer on 48 minutes.

Manchester United v Southampton - Premier League

Both teams pushed forward in search of a winner, with Ronaldo getting the ball in the back of the net, but his header was ruled out for offside before Maguire was denied in stoppage time by Forster. Southampton constantly threatened on the counter, with Armstrong and Borja going close, but they also couldn’t score another and it finished 1-1. (Football Mobile)

The Red Devils Drop 2 Points Again

Manchester United United have drawn their last 3 matches in a row. Scoring goals has been a problem of late, and Ralf Rangnick needs to fix that. Manchester United are hoping to qualify for the Champions League next season and for that to happen, they need to score more goals.

Their failure to kill off matches have cost them a lot this season. United have drawn 7 times in the league this season, only Chelsea have drawn more among the top 6 teams in the country.

Manchester United v Southampton

Jadon Sancho is beginning to show signs of improvement, but Rangnick needs to make sure the whole attack is contributing with goals and assists.