Manchester United need to become more ruthless under Jose Mourinho in their remaining fixtures in the 2016-17 season, according to David May.
The 20-time English champions won their first major trophy under Mourinho last month after a 3-2 win against Southampton at Wembley last month thanks to Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s 87th-minute winner.
Manchester United played out a 1-1 draw with 10-man Bournemouth in the Premier League in their last outing as Mourinho’s side struggled to make their dominance count.
Indeed, the Red Devils have drawn seven of their 14 games at Old Trafford in the Premier League in the 2016-17 season.
Former Manchester United defender May issued a challenge to the Red Devils in their final games in the English top flight as the 20-time English champions look to secure a top-four finish.
“It’s partly down to a lack of ruthlessness because the amount of chances we create against teams is incredible really. But from four out of those five draws the keeper has got the man of the match,” said May, speaking exclusively to 888sport.
“So it’s a combination of poor finishing and the goalkeepers having worldies. Against Bournemouth on Saturday you soon thought, ‘Is it going to be one of them days?’ and it turned out to be the case.”
Read the full 888sport interview with David May, including his thoughts on which league Wayne Rooney will be playing his football in next season.
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