Manchester United played their second game of the new Premier League season against Southampton on Sunday afternoon at the St Mary’s and it ended up not being the sort of result they were looking forward to getting at the end of the match. The game ended in a 1-1 draw in what was a lackluster performance from the Red Devils. The team was a totally different side from the one that hammered Leeds United 5-1 on the opening fixture of the new campaign and even though fans were buzzing after that first game at Old Trafford, they started to raise a lot of questions after the result of their second match.
United did get their goal in the second half through a Mason Greenwood strike following another assist from Paul Pogba but it was not able to stop them from sharing the points with the home team. Former United defender Wes Brown has now reacted to the result of the match, insisting that the Red Devils lost focus and should have still maintained top-notch concentration after the referee failed to blow the whistle.
Brown said that their inability to maintain their concentration cost them the goal and eventually, two points.