MU wins but Van Gaal Not Pleased
Manchester – Manchester United’s victory over Burnley did not make his manager Louis van Gaal was satisfied. Van Gaal admitted not happy with the appearance shown troops ‘Red Devils’.
Dealing with the challenges of Burnley at Old Trafford, Manchester United, ending the match with a 3-1 victory. Chris Smalling gave the home side a quick lead in the sixth minute but soon equalized through Danny Ings goal six minutes later.
At the end of the first half, Smalling back to make MU before passing header. Robin van Persie penalty within 10 minutes of the game to make sure MU secure the three points to go back to the third position of the standings with 47 points.
However, MU appeared less convincing, especially in the first half. Plus, David de Gea managed to do a number of saves to thwart a number of golden opportunities The Clarets.
“I’m not happy with the team’s performance today,” said Van Gaal on BBC Sport. “Of course, we did win and the results are fantastic.”
“But after this game you can not say that we will rise and I want to progress in every game,” he continued.
MU forced to make two substitutions in the first half as injuries to Phil Jones and Dailey Blind. Van Gaal indicated that Jones injured seriously enough.
“Blind experiencing dizziness and maybe tomorrow he will feel better. I think the Blind will not miss the match on Monday but for Phil Jones, I was worried. I do not know. We have to see tomorrow,” said the manager of the Dutch nationality.