Sunday, 17th October 2010

Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson has admitted he is concerned that his side are not taking all their chances following yesterday’s 2-2 home draw against West Bromwich Albion at Old Trafford.

The Red Devils were leading 2-0, yet saw the newly promoted visitors come back to claim two second half goals and a valuable draw, thanks in part to an Edwin van der Sar howler for WBA’s second.

"From our first half performance, which was outstanding, the criticism is that we didn’t finish them off. Where it should have been 5-0 at half time, we’ve gone in 2-0 up. That is an area we have to be concerned about", Ferguson told MUTV.

Ferguson also reflected on a number of other dropped points which, had United been more potent in front of goal, would not have been.

"Everton away should have been five or six, we should have got three or four away at Fulham and we’re losing points because of it. It’s [the West Brom game] not a defining result in terms of where the league’s going to end up, but we can’t keep doing that. We are very frustrated about it."



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