Red Devils boss laments mis-firing performances.
Manchester United boss Louis Van Gaal has admitted that his side’s performances have not been up to standard recently and they must start entertaining the fans once again, according to the Daily Mirror.
United have drawn blanks in their previous two outings and as such have drawn some heavy criticism – predominantly for their humiliating goalless showing against League Two minnows Cambridge United in the FA Cup.
A number of the club’s star names – including the likes of Robin Van Persie and record signing Angel Di Maria have fallen far short of expectations recently, and the Dutchman has charged his man to finally start proving their worth.
Asked if United had produced enough entertainment this season, Van Gaal said: “The last matches we failed to do that because, of course, the goals are the most important thing.
“So when we are not scoring too much then the fans cannot enjoy the game. But we have a lot of players who are attractive to see, so I don’t think we are not attractive enough.
“But we have to score more goals, especially when you see the last games. But these games were also special.
“It’s the FA Cup, we have to play away, and Southampton are a very good, organised team, so it’s not so strange that it’s happening, but we have to improve in our attacking organisation.”