Man Utd boss Ralf Rangnick picks out error in Norwich win he is not at all happy with

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Manchester United boss Ralf Rangnick claims that he was ‘not at all happy’ with a glaring error made by his side during the second-half of Saturday’s clash with Norwich City. Cristiano Ronaldo’s late penalty eventually clinched the three points for the visitors, although Rangnick was not completely convinced with what he saw from his side. 

United struggled for long spells against the Premier League’s bottom side, leaving it late to seal victory. 

Predictably, it was Cristiano Ronaldo who stepped up to the spot after he was tripped by Max Aarons, and he buried the chance to grab his 12th goal of the season in all competitions. 

Victory keeps United firmly in contention for the top four, even if their overall performance left plenty to be desired. 

Rangnick gave a mixed rundown of events after the final whistle, but there was one particular part of the Red Devils’ performance which he was not a fan of. 

“At half-time, I told the boys we needed to increase the speed and intensity of the game,” he told Match of the Day.

“The second half was a little bit better but at the end we were lucky to have a clean sheet.

“The second half, I was not at all happy with the amount of corners that we gave away, but we got the three points.

“We have conceded the highest amount of goals in the top ten. Now we have two clean sheets which is good but we still need to improve on that away, especially against physical teams or teams that attack high like Norwich did.

“It’s also a question of body language and physicality, and this was one of the major issues that we could have done better.”

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