Bruno Fernandes has called on his Manchester United teammates to raise their levels after the international break following the Red Devils' disappointing 1-1 draw with Everton on Saturday.
United allowed the Toffees back into the game with a soft goal on the counter attack, and the hosts then struggled to find a way through and regain their lead. They were also fortunate to see VAR come to their rescue and deny Rafa Benitez's men a late winner.
And Man Utd talisman Fernandes was left frustrated by the dropped points, criticising the performance and insisting that they need to be better at both ends of the pitch.
"We should win this game. We should create more chances," Fernandes told the BBC. "We should not concede that kind of goal. It's not the first time and we have to look at our mistakes and see what we can do.
"We don't look at the league table at this moment but of course we should have more points. We drop points at home and we should not do that. These last two games at home was not good enough in the Premier League. If we want silverware at the end of the season we have to do much better."
Fernandes did his best to help the team claim all three points, providing the assist for Anthony Martial's opening goal. However, Andros Townsend pulled Everton level in the second half after some shoddy United defending.
Yerry Mina thought he'd won the game for the visitors, but his goal was ruled out for offside after a VAR check.
Source : 90min