Manchester United interim manager, Ralf Rangnick, was left unimpressed with the team’s performance as they lost 1-0 to Wolves on Monday night.
Rangnick cited their lack of pressing and their inability to contain the attacks from the visitors.
David de Gea was able to keep the game level until Joao Moutinho fired home the winner with nine minutes left.
It is Rangnick’s first loss as United boss, but displays under his leadership had done little to inspire.
He told Sky Sports: “We didn’t play well at all individually or collectively. In the first half, we had big problems to keep them away from our goal.
“In the second half we changed to a back three and had more control then a spell of 15 minutes where we could have scored. The goal we conceded, we had enough players in the box.
“The cross had been defended by Jones but the goal we conceded was like too many this season.
“Moutinho could shoot unmarked with no problems, no pressure. We’re very disappointed about the result and parts of our performance.
“They’re playing with four or five central midfielders and we had problems to control that part of the pitch. We decided to change our formation and we had more control – they didn’t have as many chances – but we missed our chances and we have to admit they deserved to win