Neville reacts on Twitter as Man United held to 0-0 draw by Burnley

Phil Neville was left speechless by Manchester United's goalless draw with Burnley on Saturday

Phil Neville has taken to social media to express his dismay at Manchester United’s failure to beat Burnley after Saturday’s goalless draw at Old Trafford.

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The Red Devils dominated proceedings in front of their home fans and had plenty of chances to take the lead, but were unable to find the breakthrough against the stubborn visitors.

Jose Mourinho’s men had 72 per cent possession and had 37 shots, with 11 on target at Old Trafford.

But the Red Devils ended up dropping points for the fourth successive Premier League game after their draws against Stoke and Liverpool before their defeat by Chelsea last weekend.

Former Manchester United defender Neville tweeted after the final whistle:

The result left Manchester United in eighth place in the Premier League table and eight points behind leaders Manchester City after 10 games of the new season.

The Red Devils travel to Turkey to take on Fenerbahce in the Europa League on Thursday night.

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