Man Utd cannot afford to drop points says Scholes

Paul Scholes has warned his Manchester United teammates to make sure they do not drop any points if they want to be champions this season, Sky Sports reports.

The United midfielder came out of retirement in January to aid Sir Alex Ferguson’s side and despite already having nine Premier League titles to his name, Scholes is hungry for more. The 37 year old has chipped in with goals already this season, including the opener against Norwich on Sunday. Ryan Giggs scored a last-gasp winner for United and with City showing no signs of surrendering their two point lead at the top of the table, Scholes insists his side must win all of their games.

Scholes said: ‘There is no point drawing games, so we were throwing everyone forward going for that goal and I am sure we will do the same thing again. Of course, three points instead of one is a big difference. That is what we are here to do. We realise we may have to win every game to win the league, but we are ready and prepared to do that. Hopefully, we can do it.’

Giggs made his 900th appearance for United in the win at Carrow Road and Scholes has hailed his teammate as ‘amazing’. The former England international said: ‘Just to play that amount of games for a top club is a great achievement from him and he is still going strong as he proved throughout the game and, thankfully, getting us the winner in the last minute’.

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