Bastian Schweinsteiger says it is vital that Manchester United attackers get better at scoring goals. In the wake of last weekend’s 0-0 draw with West Ham United, the German midfielder has put the onus on the club’s strikers to improve their scoring output by being much more instinctive in front of goals.
The Red devils have had five scoreless matches in their past nine games against (Middlesbrough,Crystal Palace, PSV, Man City and West Ham United).
The German admitted that the players are not scared in front of goal, it’s just about the killer instinct. First of all you have to create the pass, the guy who has the opportunity have to feel they want to score a goal and are going to score, it is a mix of everything.
This poor goal return may come back to hunt United at the end of the season, as United have the lowest scoring return among the top sides vying for the title. Their course has been helped by the strong defensive solidity shown under the leadership of Chris Smalling.
United have only conceded one goal at home in the league, if the attack starts scoring and the defence remain solid, that’s a mark of a title winning side.Follow Football News Arena on Facebook and Twitter for the latest transfer news, injury news, team news and rumours from across the major Leagues in Europe and around the World.