Football NewsRalf Rangnick felt embarrassed to see Man Utd fail to score against Everton
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Manchester United suffered a big blow to their hopes of finishing in the top four this season when they were beaten by relegation candidates.


What did Ralf Rangnick say?

Manchester United interim manager Ralf Ragnick suggested he was embarrassed to see the Red Devils fail to score against Everton on Saturday. Man Utd were defeated 1-0 by the Toffees at Goodison Park, dealing a significant blow to their hopes of finishing in the top four this season. The loss comes just days after relegation-threatened Everton lost 3-2 to a Burnley team currently stuck in the PL’s drop zone.

Ralf admits he had a hard time explaining his team’s failure against Lampard’s men, especially since the same team had been beaten by Burnley a few days earlier. Ralf Rangnick told reporters that when they conceded they lost a bit of their composure and maybe also a bit of confidence and if they don’t forget a team like Everton, with all due respect to a team that conceded three goals against Burnley, they cannot expect anything to come of it.

According to Rangnick, they’ve been talking about it for the last 10 minutes. Ralf agrees completely. It’s not that hard to see. If you don’t score in 95 minutes for a team that conceded three goals against Burnley, and they scored three goals against Tottenham at home, it’s hard to explain. Ralf Rangnick says it’s not easy for them as a coaching staff to understand why they haven’t created more chances in a game like this.


A little about the topic

Man Utd are currently in seventh place and three points behind Tottenham and Arsenal, who are currently top candidates for a place in the top four in the PL. Ralf’s have taken just one point from their last three matches in the English top flight. However, they host PL bottom team Norwich next week, followed by a trip to Anfield to face title contenders Liverpool three days later. Four days after that, Man Utd will face fellow top four contenders Arsenal in north London.