Paul Scholes has accused Manchester United players of frustrating their manager, Erik ten Hag, after they needed an injury-time goal to beat Omonia in the Europa League on Thursday night.
Omonia came to Old Trafford looking for a draw, with their goalkeeper Francis Uzoho producing one of his best performances ever.
But United were patient and waited until the dying minutes to finally break the deadlock, with Scott McTominay rifling home with his team’s 33rd attempt at goal.
Scholes told BT Sport, “I think he’s frustrated. He was expecting a 4-0 or a 5-0 tonight like we all were. He’s frustrated with his players.
“It’s okay keeping the ball, creating chances, but if you don’t score goals you don’t win games. That will be frustrating him. They can’t afford to be so wasteful going forward because that could cost them.”
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