Speaking to Sky Sports after Sunday’s clash, Roy Keane said: “There was certainly one or two question marks. I go back to the lads in the middle of the park, not enough creativity, not enough quality.
“Manchester United will be disappointed with a draw but Southampton deserve credit. Fred and Harry Maguire have to do more when someone comes into your area. They’ve got to do better than that.”
An injury to Scott McTominay forced Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to start Nemanja Matic and Fred against the Saints in the Premier League on Sunday.
However, both midfielders failed to make an impression, with Man United struggling to move the ball forward while playing Anthony Martial up front wasn’t helping the situation either.
Up next for Manchester United is a trip to Wolves on Sunday and Solskjaer will be hoping that McTominay recovers in time for the Molineux Stadium clash ahead of the international break.