Manchester United midfielder Marouane Fellaini has said his team must find ways to win games like Saturday’s home 0-0 draw against West Bromwich Albion.
Fellaini said that although such games were “not easy,” United needed to find a more ruthless edge.
The stalemate was their eighth home league draw of the season, and Fellaini told MUTV: “It’s disappointing — everyone is disappointed.
“We’ve lost a lot of points like that, but that’s football and we have to keep fighting. We have to improve on that.
“When you play away, the other team tries to attack. It’s not easy to play at Old Trafford, they came to take a point or win with a counter-attack.
“But we have to find a solution to win the game.”
The result, while extending United’s unbeaten run in the league to 19 games, struck a blow to their hopes of a top-four finish this term.
That battle will resume on Tuesday when they play at home again, this time against Fellaini’s former club, Everton.
Fellani said: “There are 10 games [left in the league for United], 30 points, so we have to keep going.
“There are a lot of big games coming and we have to be ready. We have to fight to the end.”
Speaking after the draw, manager Jose Mourinho voiced frustration with his attacking players but will have top scorer Zlatan Ibrahimovic back on Tuesday with his suspension now complete.
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