Marouane Fellaini: What Man United must do to improve ahead of Everton clash
The Manchester United midfielder explains what Jose Mourinho's players need to do improve
Marouane Fellaini has warned that the Manchester United need to keep working hard to improve their poor record at Old Trafford ahead of the visit of Everton on Tuesday night.
The Red Devils played out a frustrating goalless draw with West Bromwich Albion in front of their home supporters in the Premier League on Saturday afternoon.
Manchester United have now drawn eight of their 15 games at Old Trafford this season following a series of frustrating performances.
Everton travel to Old Trafford fresh from a 3-1 loss to Liverpool in the Merseyside derby which was their second defeat in the calendar year so far.
Fellaini started his Premier League career at the Toffees before he moved to Manchester United in a big-money deal under David Moyes back in 2013.
Speaking to MUTV about what needs to improve ahead of Manchester United’s home clash against Everton mid-week, Fellaini said:
“It’s disappointing, everyone is disappointed.
“We’ve lost a lot of points like that, but that’s football and we have to keep fighting. We have to improve on that.
“When you play away, the other team tries to attack. It’s not easy to play at Old Trafford, they came to take a point or win with a counter-attack. But we have to find a solution to win the game.”
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Manchester United are sitting in fifth place in the Premier League table and six points behind Liverpool.