Photos: Sir Alex Ferguson reacts to Man United’s 0-0 draw with Burnley

The former Manchester United manager was in the stands to see the Red Devils play out a goalless draw with Burnley

Sir Alex Ferguson did not look to be too impressed after watching Manchester United be held to a frustrating goalless draw by Burnley at Old Trafford in the Premier League on Saturday.

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The former Red Devils boss was in the stands as Jose Mourinho’s men failed to win in the Premier League for the fourth game in a row.

United dominated proceedings at Old Trafford and enjoyed 72 per cent of possession in front of their home fans but were unable to make the breakthrough.

Ander Herrera was shown a red card for two bookable offences and Jose Mourinho was sent to the stands on a frustrating afternoon for United.

The result means that United have not won in four attempts in the Premier League, following their draws against Stoke City and Liverpool, before their 4-0 thrashing by Chelsea last weekend.

The Red Devils are now eighth in the table and eight points behind leaders Manchester City after 10 games of the new campaign.

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