Manchester United played a goalless draw with Watford at Old Trafford, despite boasting superior possession and chances created.
The Red Devils had a total of 22 attempts on goal, but only three of them were on target.
Cristiano Ronaldo and Bruno Fernandes were particularly wasteful in front of goal, with the pair missing a handful of clear-cut chances to put United ahead.
Bruno Fernandes was criticised by Michael Owen for being wasteful, and United boss Ralf Rangnick said something similar after the game.
Speaking after the game, Bruno Fernandes blamed ill luck and admitted that he should have scored.
He said: Yeah, we had great chances, big chances to score. Myself, I think at least, two big chances to score a goal. But that’s it, it’s one of the days that you can be here for another hour and half and we will not score a goal.
“But I think if you look at the performance, we can say that was good, not good enough because we didn’t score goals. But it’s the moment to look forward to the next game, you understand?
“The next one will be massive for us, for our fans and for what we want to do on the league too”.