Man Utd news: Ralf Rangnick and David de Gea enraged as Rio Ferdinand agrees with boss

Ralf Rangnick admitted Manchester United didn’t deserve to beat Everton whilst David de Gea called their performance at Goodison Park a ‘disgrace’

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Manchester United interim boss Ralf Rangnick was furious after his side failed to break down Everton over the course of 90 minutes.

Goalkeeper David de Gea was once again forced to apologise after another lacklustre display from him his teammates after losing to relegation-threatened Everton 1-0. The Toffees showed more hunger and desire and deserved their win at Goodison Park, leaving the United goalkeeper to label the display a disgrace.

Former defender Rio Ferdinand agreed with Rangnick over not allowing the lack of clarity over the next manager to be an excuse.

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Manchester United interim manager Ralf Rangnick was angry with his side’s performance. (Photo by Robbie Jay Barratt – AMA/Getty Images)

Rangnick bemoans poor finishing

Manchester United struggled to break down an Everton side that shipped three goals to Burnley in midweek.

United ultimately lost 1-0 to the Toffees in another dent to their top-four hopes and looked toothless up top, with Cristiano Ronaldo failing to make an impact on the game and Marcus Rashford hooked off with his side chasing a goal. Interim manager Ralf Rangnick lamented his side’s lack of finishing throughout the game, especially when they enjoyed promising spells in the opening 30 minutes.

Rangnick was clearly frustrated with his attackers. “If you don’t score a single goal in 95 minutes we have to be disappointed,” Rangnick told BT Sport.

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De Gea angry with performance

It’s becoming a common theme after disappointing United results, players apologising to fans through the media.

On media duty after the game, goalkeeper David de Gea was once again critical of his team-mates who looked lifeless for large parts of the game and failed to strengthen their position in the Premier League. Everton are struggling for wins and form as they fight to stay in the top-flight but battled throughout and deserved their win.

“It is a disgrace from us, we should be winning this game,” the Spanish goalkeeper said after the game.

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Ferdinand agrees with Rangnick

United have been hit and miss for most of the season and have been increasingly bad the past few weeks.

Rangnick said that the increased speculation surrounding the next permanent manager should not be used as an excuse by players to not perform on the pitch. And his opinion was shared by former United defender Rio Ferdinand, who told the players that they have to ‘ go on and have to get results.’

Recent reports suggest United are closing in on the hiring of Erik ten Hag from Ajax.

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