Manchester United failed to beat Aston Villa for the second time this week after drawing 2-2 during Saturday evening’s Premier League clash at Villa Park.
The Red Devils came into Saturday’s domestic clash against Steven Gerrard’s Villians off the back of a 1-0 victory against the same opponents in the Third Round of the FA Cup on Monday.
However, despite going 2-0 up following a brace from attacking midfielder Bruno Fernandes, United was unable to hold on and eventually ended up sharing the points after Villa completed a second-half comeback.
Assessing his old side’s performance at the end of the game, ex-skipper Roy Keane picked out striker Edinson Cavani as Ralf Rangnick’s weak link and admitted to feeling surprised the South American was allowed to see out the full 90-minutes.
🗣 “We saw the weaknesses in United. Cavani was poor, I’m surprised he left him on for the full game.”
Roy Keane gives a lot of credit to Aston Villa but says its hard to ignore the problems with Man United pic.twitter.com/348LWWCETM
— Football Daily (@footballdaily) January 15, 2022