• Ralf Rangnick vented his frustrations with his side's performance against Young Boys
  • An errant pass by Donny van de Beek to Aaron Wan-Bissaka led to the game-tying score by Fabian Rieder
  • Rangnick wanted his side to keep the pressure on but failed to do so

Manchester United is unbeaten over the past five games, but Ralf Rangnick is displeased with how they performed in their 1-1 draw against Young Boys, particularly with regards to how his side decided to drop back and not keep up the pressure on them in the last 10 minutes.

"What annoyed me most was the way we played to the pressing first line. So, we sent quite a few pressing invitations to them, including the goal we conceded. We had the chance to not only clear the ball, but play the ball forward twice but we didn't. They had the opportunity to score the equalizer,” Rangnick told the media in the post-game presser via the Manchester Evening News.

The legendary German tactician is referring to the error that occurred at the 422n minute.

Manchester United’s Donny van de Beek sent a pass towards Aaron Wan-Bissaka in the backfield that Young Boys midfielder Fabian Rieder intercepted, which led to the game-tying score.

The Red Devils had a golden opportunity to carry even more momentum going back to England had they pulled out the win against Young Boys but instead faced a public drubbing by Rangnick after the match.

With full knowledge that his side was going to the knockout stages of the UEFA Champions League, Rangnick opted to give his youngsters some time on the field and gave Red Devils academy graduates Charlie Savage and Zidane Iqbal their club debuts.

35-year-old goalkeeper Tom Heaton also made his long-awaited Manchester United debut when he replaced Dean Henderson at the 68th minute, 16 years since he first donned the uniform.

“We scored a beautiful goal [courtesy of Mason Greenwood], set up by Luke Shaw, perfect left-footed shot by Mason. After that, we had two great opportunities to score the second and third one, with Amad [Diallo] and Juan Mata. It should've been at least 2-0 up and that would have changed the level of confidence,” Rangnick stated.

Rangnick will have a few days to prepare his side for their clash with Norwich City on Saturday, December 11–a match which many believe to be a winnable one.