Alan Pardew explained Manchester United‘s lack of threat well while covering their 1-0 defeat to Bournemouth this afternoon.
The former Crystal Palace, West Ham and Newcastle manager appeared on BeIN SPORTS earlier to form part of their punditry team for the early English Premier League kick off.
And it appears he wasn’t too impressed with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s team.Embed from Getty Images
It was a largely frustrating game for United that saw them go down 1-0 through Joshua King’s first-half strike for Bournemouth.
United huffed and puffed in the second half, but they were unable to get the equaliser they wanted.
And Pardew spoke post-match about how this United team wouldn’t worry him if one of his sides faced them:
It’s hard to disagree with Pardew as United were poor and rarely troubled Bournemouth.
With that result, the Cherries have moved up to sixth in the Premier League table – two points and two places above United, who are in eighth.