PAUL SCHOLES has criticized Manchester United for its lack of commitment and ‘too easy to play’ after Southampton fought to hold the draw.
Old Trafford legend Scholes stated that ‘it’s clear that the players don’t want to move to this club, which is really crazy’.
United have now drawn 1-1 three times in a row after taking the lead, including leading to their exit from the FA Cup penalty shootout against Middlesbrough.
This time Saints striker Che Adams neatly destroyed Marcus Rashford’s simple opener.
And former England midfielder Scholes ‘felt regret’ for interim chief Ralf Rangnick because Red Devil‘ lack of effort.
He told BT Sport: “The Manchester United players don’t want to be the bad side of the game.
“There were a lot of very good players on that team – you could name each one of them.
“But with talent, you also have to work hard.
“I feel sorry for the manager because he’s clearly trying his best to set up his team to face this type of team (Southampton) and they either don’t listen, can’t do or don’t. want to do it.”
But Rangnick has defended the attitude of his players.
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He said: “I don’t think anyone should believe the players don’t care.”
“The question is how can we play leaner, more aggressive and more annoying while preserving the lead.
“That’s the main problem, but it’s not about the players not wanting to do it.”
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