Rashford begs Man-Utd to stop falling behind

Sat 05 December 2020 | 20:33

Following their recent win, the forward stated that he wishes the Red Devils would stop giving the lead to their opponents.

After another late win for

Manchester United


Marcus Rashford

urged his team to stop giving advantage to their opponents by delivering them a lead in the game. The Red Devils, who were behind

West Ham

by one goal in the first-half, turned the tables around against their hosts when they scored three winner goals.

Rashford, who wishes to see his team in the lead, said:

"We need to stop doing that. If we keep more clean sheets we will definitely win more games."

"It is good that we showed spirit, but ideally we don't want to be conceding.”

"We defended quite well. They have dangerous players on the counterattacks. We managed to get through it. Once you get to half-time it is a chance to regroup and we came out refocused.”

"Sometimes it is not about what the manager says but what we can see on the pitch. We didn't get around them enough. Nothing threatening to the backline. The team knew what we had to do."

The player also talked about the return of fans to West Ham stadium saying:

"It is something the game has missed. It is what makes it special. It is a great feeling to have fans back."

The 23-year-old looks forward to their next decisive match, which will be in the

Champions League

competition against

RB Leipzig


"It is a big game,"

he said.

"After you lose like we did in the Champions League [to PSG] it is important to win the next game."

source: SportMob