Manchester United manager, Jose Mourinho admits he has been frustrated with his players’ inability to convert their dominant performances into victories in their last two English Premier League, EPL, matches.
He said this ahead of Southampton clash on Saturday.
United lost 2-1 to Championship side Bristol City in the League Cup quarter-final before successive 2-2 draw with Leicester City and Burnley in the EPL.
The Red Devils are in second place in the table log, 15 points behind league leaders, Manchester City.
Mourinho told a news conference on Friday: “I think we played very well in both matches, probably the frustration is big because we played so well but we made mistakes that cost us the points in both matches.
“We played very offensive, in a very creative way and gave freedom to the players. We didn’t score enough goals in relation to what we created.”