“Second half we did better and we got more control. You could see they are a top team, no coincidence they won the Champions League and we don’t have much confidence and had eight players missing.
“Although it was still a lucky draw, we earned it. At times we saw the gap, but they played with their best XI and we had players missing.
“We have problems with defending, not compact enough and not physical enough.” United have just three fixtures remaining under Rangnick this season.
They host Brentford on Monday evening before a trip to Brighton the following Saturday. Crystal Palace are the final opponents for United on May 22.
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