Manchester United held to goalless draw at Alkmaar

Manchester United’s lean goalscoring structure proceeded in a bloated 0-0 attract away to Dutch club AZ Alkmaar in their second Group L coordinate in the Europa League on Thursday.

Joined never looked like scoring for a large portion of the night on the plastic surface of the Kyocera Stadium in The Hague and neglected to create one exertion on objective.

The hosts were playing 70 miles from home in light of a rooftop breakdown at their AFAS Stadium a month ago, yet their fans still delivered a rowdy environment.

There was not all that a lot to get amped up for, in any case, with safeguards on top on the smooth surface.

Joined will be more joyful with the point which puts them on four points from two games, level with Partizan Belgrade who won 2-1 in Astana in a prior opening shot.

“The conditions were intense yet I figured we did well indeed. It places us in a decent position,” Solskjaer, who had condemned the condition of the counterfeit contribute the development, said.

While United protected well, the lack of their assaulting choices was again in proof as their flee win in all rivalries extended to 10.

Solskjaer’s side have now neglected to score more than one objective in a game since they started the season with a 4-0 pounding of Chelsea in the Premier League.

On the off chance that any group looked like scoring it was Alkmaar for whom the vivacious Oussama Idrissi was the best assaulting player on view.

Alkmaar striker Myron Boadu had a first-half objective discounted for offside before Idrissi constrained David de Gea into a sharp spare. Idrissi skimmed an exertion wide after the break and tried De Gea again with a ground-breaking shot the attendant punched away.

Joined’s aspiration was constrained yet they expedited Marcus Rashford, Jesse Lingard and Scott McTominay in the last quarter of the game to attempt to compel a champ.

Rashford was denied what looked a glaring punishment a short ways from time when he had all the earmarks of being cut by a sliding Stijn Wuytens after a sharp turn in the region.

Lingard, left out of the England squad prior on Thursday, had United’s best exertion with a plunging shot simply wide not long after yet worryingly for Solskjaer he limped off before the end.

One of the positives for United was a guaranteed presentation by Brandon Williams who made his first start at left back.

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