Manchester United endured a difficult day against Chelsea at Old Trafford.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side drew the game 0-0, continuing a dismal start to the season at Old Trafford.
In their home games this season, United have lost 3-2 to Crystal Palace and 6-1 to Tottenham Hotspur, along with the dour stalemate with Frank Lampard’s side.
That is despite the untold attacking riches available to manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, who gave Edinson Cavani his debut as a second-half substitute on Saturday.
He started the game with Daniel James on the flank, but the Welshman roundly failed to make an impact on proceedings.
Per WhoScored, he did not have a shot on goal, nor did he complete a dribble. In total, he had just 23 touches of the ball.
He was substituted on 58 minutes and his performance has led to an outpouring of scorn from United fans.
A number have claimed that he is simply not good enough to be starting for Solskjaer’s team; he has made two league appearances this season and has not scored a goal nor provided an assist.
And a number of other fans seem to believe that he simply has nothing more than pace to offer the side.
James is remarkably quick, but has yet to ally that to an end product.