Manchester United striker Rasmus Hojlund was critical of the team’s calamitious defending in our Champions League 3-2 defeat against Galatasaray on Tuesday.
The Dane scored a brace as United lost the game despite being in the lead twice.
He said (via Manchester Evening News): “It’s a little bit difficult.
“I feel happy and not happy at the same time, Of course, it’s not about the individual performance, it’s about getting the three points and at the moment we’re not good enough.
“We need to remember we can’t concede goals right after we score. We’ve had a few games now where that’s happened.
“We need to go back, analyse that tomorrow and talk about it in the group.
“It’s a tough period, but we need to stick together, that’s the only way we’ll get out of it. We need to get some points now if we want to play Champions League after the group stage.”
After scoring five goals in two Champions League games, United remain at the bottom of Group A with no points attached to their name.