Manchester United boss Louis van Gaal sent warning after loss to Sunderland

With the 2-1 loss to Sunderland in the English Premier League (EPL), Manchester United manager Loius van Gaal looks at very gloomy days ahead as Red Devil fans are calling for his ouster and wants Gary Neville at the helm.

He said: "It will be very hard". "What I said before the game was we have to win this kind of game and we didn't".

Despite seemingly turning their form around in recent weeks, United have slipped back into old habits at the Stadium of Light with a below par performance.

AS EXPECTED "Today was very similar to the way the Manchester City game went but this time, we got what we deserved from the chances we created", Sunderland manager Sam Allardyce told BT Sport, referring to his team's 1-0 defeat by Manuel Pellegrini's men.

"I knew Manchester United need to qualify for the Champions League", Moyes said, speaking on Goals on Sunday. "But also, that is not so easy, because also you have fantastic European level in that cup".

Arsenal took all three points when Welbeck, on his first appearance since last April due to injury, headed the victor in the fifth minute of stoppage time by glancing home a free-kick from Mesut Ozil. The United players weren't fired up, they simply weren't upset; the mounting disappointment that this season has become has exhausted their passion and zeal.

Former Manchester City star Trevor Sinclair thinks that the current Manchester United crop must stop being compared to teams of old, arguing they are just not of the same quality while insisting that the players are now playing for their futures.

Manchester United have only won five of their 14 away games this season, garnering a total of 19 points from them. An unfortunate own goal by David de Gea in the 82nd minute would send United packing and once again turn up the heat on the manager Louis van Gaal.

"But the most disappointing thing for me is that we couldn't cope with the aggressive pressure of Sunderland in their own half".

"He played very well at Wolfsburg and then began to reach the level he showed at Munich - I think he can [get back to it]". Watford 2, Palace 1 Troy Deeney's late goal earned Watford a 2-1 win at Crystal Palace in a lively Premier League game at Selhurst Park.

Diego Costa, wearing a mask to protect a broken nose, Pedro Rodriguez and Willian all found the net inside the first 17 minutes, with Pedro adding a second goal before substitute Bertrand Traore completed the rout.

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