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Alla Zakarian

20-08-2019 | 17:54 Football

Marcus Rashford identifies how Manchester United can continue to improve after Wolves draw

Marcus Rashford insists Manchester United need to be more ruthless. United were held 1-1 at Wolves on Monday, after thumping Chelsea 4-0.  Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side might have won at Wanderers had Paul Pogba not had a second-half penalty saved. Rashford said: “I’ve compared it to last time we were here and it’s a million miles off that performance. We know that we’ve improved individually and as a team. The result is disheartening but we brush ourselves down and go again. “We still have things to work on, but it was a decent performance, we were unlucky to come away with a point. We see the improvement, we feel it but we need to show it - that’s the most important part of it. “It doesn’t matter if you’re improving every day in training if you’re not getting the results you deserve, what does the improvement stand for? It doesn’t stand for anything. We know individually and as a team that we have improved. The performance I think it shows that, but we have to be ruthless in terms of creating and taking the chances because it feels like we’ve lost the game.”

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