Manchester United took home an easy victory after beating Partizan Beograd 3-0 for the UEFA Europa League, but the team still struggles to take a stand against top-tier teams.
Hence, there’s been a lot of concerns regarding their current squad over their ability to actually compete at the highest of levels, and former Red Devil Paul Scholes didn’t shy away from that.
As a matter of fact, the legendary midfielder claimed the team could still do well in the upcoming fixtures, but that they must find a replacement for Victor Lindelof, who’s struggled and been bullied around lately:
“You look at the league position and it’s been difficult. This competition there is a lack of shots, a lack of attempts on target. I think the big problem with this team is the attacking players. I think it’s obvious for everyone to see that they lack creativity and I think in the forward areas it’s a real struggle."