It was a frustrating afternoon as we watched Manchester United draw 0-0 with Watford.
Although the Reds created more than enough chances to win the match, they were incredibly wasteful in front of goal and the opportunities came for nothing.
A stalemate against a side fighting against relegation is bad enough but it makes matters worse that we keep making life harder for ourselves in the race for top four.
A lot of fans reacted to the disappointing result on social media by pointing out how they don’t blame Ralf Rangnick, but the players who are flopping under yet another manager.
I feel for Rangnick tbh, he’s set them up to score and create chances.
They’re just shit at taking the chances
— Breezy 🇩🇪 (@BreezyUTD) February 26, 2022
Btw Ralf Rangnick is a great coach.
You can actually see what he wants to do, these players need upgrading however.
— . (@Nigerianscamsss) February 26, 2022
And I'll tell you one thing, won't hear a word against Rangnick. Has made this team so much more creative over the last 6-8 games, it is completely on the players and their inability to finish.
92 shots in total vs Watford, Burnley, Southampton and Middlesbrough. 3 goals. pic.twitter.com/Y4shhbnuFl
— United Peoples TV (@UnitedPeoplesTV) February 26, 2022
Rangnick coaching another win but these players genuinely don’t know how to finish anymore
— ً (@utdcynical) February 26, 2022
I don't know how anyone can watch Manchester United games and come to the conclusion that Ralf Rangnick is the problem and not the players.
— Zach Lowy (@ZachLowy) February 26, 2022
That was dreadful.
0-0 against Watford? The same side that have 2 clean sheets all season. The team beaten 4-1 at home by Palace in midweek.
Wasteful again in the final third. Not on Rangnick but the players.
Ronaldo’s legs are gone unfortunately as is top 4. #MUFC
— James (@JamesHooper__) February 26, 2022
That draw is NOT on Rangnick. It's 100% on the players.
Ralf Rangnick coached a win but the players failed to take their chances.
— UtdFaithfuls (@UtdFaithfuls) February 26, 2022
United will need to be much better against Man City next Sunday!