In an early Premier League clash on Boxing Day, Manchester United registered a stalemate against Leicester City. United found the net through Marcus Rashford and Bruno Fernandes while the hosts goals were scored by Ashley Barnes and Jamie Vardy's deflected short.
A draw may seem as a fair result to United but BrunoFernandes has confirmed he was happy to find everyone disappointed in the dressing room saying the things, "We had to do better." The Portuguese added they are creating a winning mentality and they are not happy with that point.
Fernandes added that there's frustration in the United team because they had the chance to get all three points since it was important for them since they want to win all games.
The Portuguese finally added despite the frustration they have to do much better in three days.
United's last game in 2020 will be against Wolverhampton Wanderers on Tuesday, December 29 at Old Trafford. The game will be at 20:00 BST.
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