Welbeck calls for togetherness at Man Utd

Manchester United forward Danny Welbeck has called on the club to stick together under manager David Moyes, Sky Sports has reported, as the new boss goes through a rocky patch at the start of his tenure.

Moyes replaced Sir Alex Ferguson over the summer and has struggled to pick up positive results this season, with United beaten at home by West Bromwich Albion in their last Premier League outing. United were in Champions League action on Wednesday evening against Shakhtar Donetsk and left Ukraine with a draw.

Welbeck was on the score sheet for United, giving Moyes’ side the lead after 18 minutes and United held out for much of the match, eventually giving up the lead to a Taison equaliser with 14 minutes to play. “In the end it was a decent result,” Welbeck said.

We went ahead when we got the goal early on and we made ourselves hard to beat, it was really difficult for them to score. Towards the end they got that goal and that’s the disappointing part.

I don’t think many teams have come here and got three points. We would have liked to get three points but it wasn’t to be,” the England international added.

Welbeck admitted that United’s domestic form, with three league defeats in their opening six games, was not ideal, but could see only one way of turning around the results. “Things aren’t going as well as we would have liked in the Premier League,” the 22-year-old said. “But what we’ve got to do is gather together and concentrate on our next game and not look too far into the future.

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