Former Manchester United star Ryan Giggs has issued a damning verdict on the Reds’ disappointing 3-1 defeat at house to Crystal Palace.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s males sustained an embarrassing setback of their opening match of the 2020/21 Premier League season.
Giggs says that United had been second finest all through the competition as former participant Wilfried Zaha bagged a brace to finish a shock win at Previous Trafford.
Andros Townsend had given Palace the lead within the first half earlier than Zaha added his first to make it 2-0. Donny van de Beek pulled one again on his league debut for the Reds however Zaha struck within the 85th minute to safe the three factors for Roy Hodgson’s males.
Giggs opened up on the United defeat in an interview with Premier League Productions.
“We will discuss new gamers coming in, however there’s sufficient high quality on that pitch to beat Crystal Palace,” the United legend informed Premier League Productions.
“Simply the depth wasn’t there. Crystal Palace wished it extra, within the 50-50s, they simply regarded higher for the entire 90 minutes.
“OK, when United scored you thought they might go on and get one other, however Palace might have scored extra. With Zaha staying onside, a bit extra high quality with the ultimate move, truly Palace might have gone and broke and scored extra.
“Palace had been the higher group, they began higher, however they haven’t needed to do loads for his or her targets, they haven’t needed to do one thing particular. They had been mushy targets which might have been prevented. Not sufficient depth, not sufficient will to cease the cross.”
Giggs additionally recommended that Solskjaer and the membership’s board can have loads to consider after that lead to relation to the summer time switch window.
“The followers gained’t be joyful now as a result of even earlier than, in the event that they’d acquired a constructive outcome, they nonetheless need to see new faces by way of the door and likewise a couple of going out as properly. So there’s loads to think about for Ole and the board,” Giggs added.