Despite defeating Arsenal at Old Trafford yesterday, Manchester United defender, Rio Ferdinand, says the players were all frustrated in the dressing room after the game.
RObin van Persie had opened scoring in 150 seconds, but Rooney missed a penalty as the first half drew to a close. Despite having so much possession, and being the sharper side in attack, United could only muster one more goal before Cazorla’s late consolation goal.
“We should have finished that game off ages ago,” Ferdinand told reporters. “That is the most disappointing thing.
“If you had been in our changing room you’d have thought we lost the game, the way the mood was. At the end of the day it is three points.
“I thought it was the best shape we have had for a while, this season, and we defended as a team.
“That showed in the amount of chances we created but we should have maybe had the game won by five, six or seven but it wasn’t to be.”