Manchester United continued to falter as they produced one of the goalless football scores of the weekend in the Premier League. Before the game, both sets of supporters including United manager Rangnick displayed a sign in a call for peace after Russia invaded Ukraine. United was the better team throughout but was guilty of missing a number of chances.
Man Utd: De Gea (6), Wan-Bissaka (6), Lindelof (6), Varane (6), Telles (5), Fred (6), Matic (6), Pogba (6), Fernandes (6), Elanga (7), Ronaldo (6).
Subs: Rashford (5), Shaw (5), Sancho (6).
Watford: Foster (8), Ngakia (6), Cathcart (7), Samir (7), Kamara (6), Sissoko (6), Cleverley (7), Louza (6), Sarr (6), King (6), Dennis (6).
Subs: Sema (6), Kabasele (6), Kucka (n/a).
Man of the Match: Ben Foster
Man Utd interim boss Ralf Rangnick: “It feels once again like two points dropped that we should have easily won. I think we did everything apart from scoring and had enough chances to win that game. But we didn’t. And that’s why we draw and dropped two important points in a very important game. I think we had enough chances. In the first half, we had four clear, clear opportunities that normally are enough to score at least one or two goals. And in the second half, it was similar.”
Watford boss Roy Hodgson: “It’s always going to be the hard-fought draw here. We have a real top-class goalkeeper, certainly Premier League clash, and possibly above that. If you going to play up here, as we did today with the team we had to put out, you are going to need Ben Foster because there is no way we can be good enough to restrict them to not even one chance in the game.”
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