Manchester United’s hopes of reaching the top four of the English Premier League suffered a major set-back on Saturday after they laboured to a 0-0 draw at home to West Bromwich Albion.
While it takes a big effort to beat Jose Mourinho’s side, they’ve now drawn a massive 11 of their 28 games so far in the top-flight this season.
As you’d expect from a Tony Pulis side away from home, the Baggies sat deep for the majority of the match, limiting Mourinho’s men to few chances across the 90 minutes.
Even when they did fashion chances and shots on goal, the Red Devils were denied by an impressive Ben Foster, who made two terrific saves from Marcus Rashford.
Young Rashford was given the responsibility to spearhead the United attack due to the suspension of Zlatan Ibrahimovic but could not get the goal that would have landed his side all three points.
He was singled out by United fans for his performance, with many believing he is not doing enough to earn his place in the side.
Supporters took to Twitter to share their thoughts on it all…
Marcus Rashford hope you are enjoying your large pay packet you are not earning it another macheda #mufc
— Paul Dixon (@PaulDix79549147) April 1, 2017
Rashford has had his chance. Another chance wasted. Just can't be relied upon to get the goals on his own. #MUFC
— Karl Moon (@NokkonWud) April 1, 2017
— Steven ⚽️????⚫️⚪️ (@steleigh) April 1, 2017
— GJO (@georgez183) April 1, 2017
The form of both Martial and Rashford worries me a bit. Nowhere near the same players they were last season. Is it their confidence? #MUFC
— Kev McGhee (@Kev7McGhee) April 1, 2017
— IROBI CHINARAOTITO (@IROBICHINARAOT1) April 1, 2017
Rashford upfront does not offer enough, as a sub he can be useful of course, but as a main striker he is still far away from that #MUFC
— ManUtdDailyNews (@ManUtdNews24x7) April 1, 2017
For goodness sake. Martial, Rashford, and Lingard have been absolute rubbish today.
— Tito in Miami (@Tito305Sports) April 1, 2017