London, Sep 30: Manchester United manager David Moyes has admitted that his team has problems everywhere after the club slumped to a second straight Premier League loss.
According to the Mirror, reigning champions United are teetering on the brink of a full-blown crisis after a third defeat in their first six league games condemned them to their worst start for 24 years.
They have not scored in open play in the Premier League since the opening day of the season at Swansea, a worrying drought of 450 minutes, the report said.
With United languishing in 12th place, their proud record of never having finished outside the Premier League’s top four appears under serious threat, the report added.
Moyes said that Manchester United was lackluster in nearly all the areas and there was not just the midfield department where they were lacking.
The one consolation for Moyes on the day was title rivals Manchester City also slipping up in a 3-2 at Aston Villa, although United already trail leaders Arsenal by eight points, the report further said.
He said that they were worried even at the start that it could be a topsy-turvy Premier League season, and it may well prove to be that. (ANI)