Ander Herrera has called on Manchester United supporters to trust in the team and believe that results will be turned around soon.
United’s capitulation at the hands of Leicester City yesterday after being 3-1 up understandably left fans shellshocked given how much United were in control.
Ander Herrera scored his second in as many games but was unable to help United hold on to their lead and has now taken to Twitter to ask for trust from the fans.
“A tough result yesterday, but we have to move on and carry on working hard. We need to trust in this team.”
A tough result yesterday, but we have to move on and carry on working hard. We need to trust in this team pic.twitter.com/I7JMntIM9i
— Ander Herrera (@AnderHerrera) September 22, 2014
The team will get plenty of trust from fans as the situation is far from desperate for United despite how worrying the manner of defeat was at the weekend.
United’s 4-0 win over QPR and the first 60 minutes against Leicester were extremely encouraging and big signs of improvement. However, United now need to work on improving the defence because until that is done, there is every chance more goals will continue to be conceded.