Rangnick says “United are hurt over two point drop”

Manchester United interim manager Ralf Rangnick says the Reds are “hurt” over an important two points dropped, following the 0-0 draw with Watford in the Premier League at Old Trafford.

The Reds dominated proceedings throughout but struggled to find the cutting edge to dispatch the visitors and claim the victory.

Cristiano Ronaldo struck the post and had a goal chalked off for offside in the first half, and as the second period went on United threw players forward in the hope of finding a winner, but unfortunately to no avail.

Here’s what Rangnick had to say to MUTV, and other media, after the match…


“Well, it feels once again like two points dropped, we should have easily won. We had enough chances in both halves to win that game, but we didn’t and, not for the first time, we dropped two points in a very important game.”


“There is nothing else that we can do now. We have to work hard in order to get ready and prepare ourselves for the derby next Sunday, but those two points that we dropped here today, they hurt. We will start [preparing for the City game] at the beginning of next week. But right now, it feels awful, and as I said it’s not the first time that we dropped two valuable points.”