According to Berbatov if Manchester United fail to reach their consistency, they would risk “embarrassment” this season
Dimitar Berbatov claims that ifManchester United
continue to slide down thePremier League
tabale, they would have “no excuse”.
Red Devils have managed to achieve only three victories is their actions in the Premier League alongside three defeats and a draw.
’s team has not yet been able to win at Old Trafford and their goal is to win the game againstWest Brom
on November 21.
A 3-1 win overEverton
reminded their abilities and qualifications, but Solskjaer hit out at schedulers post-match for failing to grant his team adequate recovery time after their Champions League defeat againstIstanbul Basaksehir
“The authorities set us up to fail, who is responsible? We've had enough of that," he said. “Players this season, in these times, a pandemic, mentally and physically, it's draining.
"Let us play on a Sunday, there's an international break after this, it's a joke.”
Berbatov believes that the club should have no excuse for their losses and warned they are not in good condition unless they change their routine for the better every week.
"This season is different, there are a lot of games in a short space of time. Matches in the Premier League, in Europe and then all of a sudden international breaks, but this cannot be used as an excuse," the ex-Red Devils striker told Betfair.
"United have faced fixture congestion for many years, during my time and even before my time. United are used to playing in the Premier League, Europe, and in the cups - we used to win them all as well.
"There can be no excuses, the situation is the same for everyone else, the performances are just not consistent enough. They need to improve sooner rather than later because other teams will get ahead of them and they could become a real embarrassment.
"It's like United need to be under pressure to produce a winning performance. But there's only so long you can operate like that - they won't produce the win every time the pressure is piled on.
"In the end, it isn't going to finish well if they continue being so inconsistent. The team needs to find consistency and produce good football game after game."