It has been reported that Manchester United boss Louis van Gaal was disappointed with their 1-1 draw at Sunderland.
The Dutch tactician feels his side are still lacking the final pass needed to score.
The 62 year old said : “In the first half we played an equal match with Sunderland. We didn’t create so much but scored a fantastic goal,”.
“But then we’ve already warned our players they don’t have to give a lot of set-pieces away, and we gave a lot of set-pieces away and they scored out of a set-piece, so that was disappointing.
“We played much better in the second half and could have created more but in the last third we lacked creative passes.
“Football is played for creating chances and making goals. We haven’t created so many chances today. We probably had more ball possession and were more dominant than the last match but you have to win your game at that moment and we couldn’t, so that’s a pity.”