Disappointment can be seen from the face of Manchester United defender, Harry Maguire related to yesterday’s draw against Everton. Maguire assesses his team should deserve a win, because they appear to dominate throughout the match at Old Trafford Stadium.
After two massive wins against Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester City, Manchester United again have to find disappointing results on 17th week of Premier League match last week. Entertaining Everton at Old Trafford, the team nicknamed the Red Devils was only able to draw with a score of 1-1.
Throughout the match, the visitors actually appeared defensive, tending to wait for the right moment to attack. But who would have thought they managed to score first, through an own goal by Victor Lindelof. But MU, who appeared to be pressing, managed to equalize thanks to the goal of their young striker, Mason Greenwood.
Of course, this result is disappointing for Manchester United players, especially seeing the fact that the top four standings are already in front of them. Not surprisingly, defender Harry Maguire who was also disappointed in evaluating that the Red Devils should be more worthy of winning, rather than just picking up one point in the match.
“We are disappointed not to get three points today, because I feel we deserve it,” Maguire told MUTV.
Because the England national team defender continued that his players appeared to dominate throughout the match at Old Trafford. Everton’s superiority goal through a set piece situation was painful for the former Leicester City player.
“We controlled the game for almost 90 minutes. I think we only did about 10 minutes not perform optimally in the first round and they managed to score a goal from set pieces so it was very disappointing. In the first 30 minutes we were really dominant. I even felt that we would score first, but it was they who succeeded. But once again we really dominated the match earlier. “He said.
However, the Ole Gunnar Solskjaer landing team must immediately forget about the failure in the match. Because, Manchester United will return to compete in the middle of the week. The team nicknamed the Red Devils are scheduled to face Colchester United in the quarter-finals of the League Cup.