Manchester – Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal satisfied with his team’s 3-1 victory over Leicester City recorded. But Van Gaal assess MU could have won by a greater goal difference.
Entertaining Leicester at Old Trafford in the Premier League on Saturday (01/31/2015) night, MU appeared dominant in possession reached 71%. Throughout 2×45 minutes, Wayne Rooney et al. release 12 trials scored with five leading to the goal.
MU dominance has appeared since the first round. They raced three goals by kicking Robin van Persie, Radamel Falcao, and an own goal Wes Morgan.
However, despite appearing dominant, MU was able to add a goal in the second half. Instead, Leicester actually reduce the pace goal by Marcin Wasilewski in the 80th minute.
MU recorded victory indeed make Van Gaal happy. However, the Dutch manager should assess the ‘Red Devils’ finish the game more quickly by scoring again in the second half.
“I am very happy because the results are positive, we lost in the last home game (against Southampton) so we have to show the fans that we come back,” said Van Gaal told Sky Sports News.
“We scored three goals in the first half and I said to them at half time to finish the game and I think we were too much to send the ball into the back of the second half. We should have scored two or three more goals.”
“We conceded and it was disappointing because we were dominant in the second half. I have to congratulate my team because they are very disciplined today. Balance is today okay,” he added.