David Moyes has endured a difficult time since taking over from Sir Alex Ferguson at Old Trafford.

And a disappointing season was made even worse this afternoon as Manchester United fell to a dramatic 2-2 draw at home to Fulham, despite enjoying over 70% of the possession and spending almost the entire 90 minutes in Fulham’s half.

Two goals in two minutes in the second-half overturned Fulham’s first-half lead, but Darren Bent’s 94th minute header gave the Premier League’s bottom side a precious point.

And United’s struggle to score a goal against a side with the worst defensive record in the Premier League this season raised more questions of Moyes’ ability to continue Fergie’s trophy-hauling reign at United.

So here’s three things we’ve learned about United under Moyes following that stuttering draw with Fulham…

1. Crossing appears to be their only option when attacking…

 

 

 

 

2. Moyes has lost the support of the fans, so how long before the players follow suit?

 

 

 

3. He’s got some nerve spending over £35million on a player, only to play him out of position…

 

 

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