Manchester United striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic has said that the Red Devils have to “fight more” if they want to turn draws into wins.
United have just won one of their last five Premier League matches, with the other four finishing as draws.
With United earning too many single points, Ibrahimovic is determined to see his side become more hungry to earn the three points available from each game.
The Red Devils’ most recent game came against Everton on Sunday, which ended 1-1 after Leighton Baines scored a penalty in the 89th minute to deny Jose Mourinho’s side a much-needed win.
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"I scored but in the end it only got me and the team one point," he told the club’s website. "I would prefer not to score but win the game.
We have to fight more and do more to get the three points we need. It was very disappointing obviously because the last couple of games in the league have not had the outcome that we wanted especially after a good performance."
With United’s inability to convert draws into wins as of late, they currently sit in sixth place in the table, 13 points behind league leaders Chelsea.