Manchester United boss Louis van Gaal has reveal his unhappiness after his side came away with another goalless draw against PSV Eindhoven, Skysports reports.
United were hoping for all three points against their recent opponents given that a win would guarantee qualification into the next round of the Champions League.
They will now have to win away to first place side Wolfsburg in their final game if they are going to ensure progression.
The Red Devils looked the stronger side since kick-off, but once again they failed to take the lead despite having a host of chances in front of goal.
Van Gaal has now come out to reveal that he is getting worried about his team’s lack of composure as they come away with yet another goalless draw.
“Of course I am worried [about the lack of goals], but I know also goals are coming and going. It’s not a consequence of good performances and bad performances,” he said.
“Also today we could have scored at least three goals. They were not the most difficult chances, but we didn’t score and the next game you can score out of nothing. That’s football.”
They have now picked up four 0-0 draws from their previous seven games in all competitions so far this term as they prepare to face Premier League leaders Leicester City this weekend.