Darren Fletcher has called on his former side Manchester United to eradicate silly errors out of their game as the race for a top four spot heats up.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer‘s men took a huge blow to their aspirations after losing 2-1 to Wolves on Tuesday evening.
United had opened the scoring through Scott McTominay after dominating the early exchanges but soon conceded.
Ashley Young‘s sending off meant his side were vulnerable and Wolves took advantage of that to pull ahead.
Fletcher feels the Red Devils were the better performers but simply made too many silly mistakes they could’ve avoided.
Wolves had also knocked Manchester United out of the FA Cup, proving themselves to be worthy advisories.
The Brazilian actually played impressively until he was given perhaps a poorly timed pass from David de Gea, though his loose touch allowed Wolves in to equalise.
The former Shakhtar Donetsk man was soon substituted off the pitch after Young’s sending off but it had nothing to do with his error.