Fellaini doesn’t understand why United are so bad at Trafford
Manchester United midfielder Marouane Fellaini admitted that he was perplexed about his team’s too weak performing at home.
Old Trafford is anything but a Theater of Dreams in this season. The Red Devils are demonstrating a rather dull style and equally dull results in their home games throughout the season.
Before the minimal victory over Young Boys in the Champions League, Jose Mourinho’s players had won only three of nine home games, taking into account all the competitions, and Fellaini didn’t find an explanation for that.
The Belgian believed that his team demonstrated the right attitude and desire to win in the match against Young Boys. United need to play in this style in every home game, otherwise, the fans will simply stop coming to the stadium. Marouane doesn’t know why his team is performing so badly at Trafford.
Hard matches ahead, first of all, the clash against Arsenal on Wednesday. Unai Emery’s team is on a good move now and they crumpled Tottenham in the North London derby on Sunday. Fellaini hopes that the victory over Young Boyes will give his team the right attitude and help to improve the club’s home results.
(Reporting by Kovtunov Ilya, editing by Ponomarenko Valeriia)