Sofyan Amrabat evaluates Manchester United current crisis
Manchester United's midfielder, Sofyan Amrabat has evaluated the performance of the club this season across all competitions.
The Moroccan international joined the Red Devils on a loan deal from Serie A side, Fiorentina until the end of this season. Sofyan Amrabat believes the club is just going through a phase which they will come out from as the season progresses.
"I can say a lot of things, but I don't want to use them as an excuse. In life, but also football, there is never only good. There is There's always a time when it's going to be a little more difficult, and I think that's a little bit the case right now. But we've just started. The season is still very long. We've played some good games with some good things. Maybe with a little more luck, we would have won the matches we didn't win. I'm very confident. We work very hard every day. Nobody will give that to you. You have to work to get it. But we work very hard and I think everything will be fine."
Manchester United have had their worst start to a Premier League season for the first time in over two decades. However, the late winner over Brentford before the international break should instil some belief in the team. The Red Devils are currently in tenth place having just 12 points in their first eight games.