Neville claims United are playing soft football

Manchester United spent more than 150 million Pounds during the transfer window, but, in spite of that, they failed to build a team that can at least save them from getting humiliated by the minnows.
While, the Red Devils are looking fantastic upfront, they are looking equally pathetic at the back end, giving easy striking opportunities to the opponent teams in every match. It’s resulting in big defeats.
Gary Neville, the former Manchester United player, believes that the team is just not tightened enough.
Speaking in a television show the other day, Neville said, “They seem to be playing soft football and that’s why, it’s happening to them. They should take a leaf out of the other teams’ book. You see how well the City guys dealt with Diego Costa the other day; they just didn’t allow him to do any damage.”
“The defence of United is sort of getting bullied and that’s embarrassing for such a big club. Of course, you will have to give the due credit to Leicester. They were superb, but, you will also have to say that their performance was not world class. More than the skill, it was the physicality.”
“You can play with any formation, but, if you are not competitive enough, you are always going to go down.”
Leicester is not the only minnow team which has won against United in the ongoing season. MK Dons did that too, not in the league, but, in the Capital One Cup and that was also a big defeat for United as they had lost by 0-4 there.
The skipper of United, Wayne Rooney was terribly angry after the Leicester loss. In television footages, he was seen having animated talks with some of the members of his team.