- Van de Beek came off the bench to score his first Man United goal on his debut
- But the goal was not enough to save United from an embarrassing defeat as the lost 3-1
- The Dutchman noted his side's slow tempo played against them as Palace overran the Red Devils' defence
Donny van de Beek has slammed his Man United teammates' performance following the Red Devils' 3-1 defeat to Crystal Palace.
United suffered a disappointing loss in their season opener as Wilfried Zaha returned to down his former side with two late goals.
Zaha's brace summed up Palace's scintillating display stealing the show from Van de Beek who scored on his debut.
The Dutchman who joined United from Ajax came off the bench in the 67th minute to pull one back for the hosts before Zaha sealed victory for Roy Hodgson's men.
But despite finding the back of the net on his EPL bow, Van de Beek was left frustrated with his new side's unconvincing show.
The 23-year-old took issues with United's slow tempo that allowed the visitors overrun them.
"That was not good enough today. Last week in training, it looked really good. There was lots of quality and we played fast but today we played too slowly," he told MUTV.
"First match for the club, a day you want to win. It doesn’t matter how, you want to win and I’m really disappointed that we lost 3-1 at home, that’s really bad," he added.
On his part Ole Gunnar Solskjaer asked his wards to improve on the performance ahead of their next league clash against Brighton.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how a brace from Wilfred Zaha and a well-taken goal by Andros Townsend were enough for visitors Crystal Palace to defeat Manchester United 3-1 right at the Old Trafford for the second straight season.
Palace grabbed all three points on Saturday, September 19, as they battled hard to ensure they maintain the 100% record start to their Premier League season.
The first goal of the game came in the 7th when Tyrick Mitchell played a good ball down the left to Schlupp, who held off Lindelof too easily and drove a low cross towards the far post.
United struggled in the early exchanges, but came close in the 22nd minute when McTominay tried to curl one into the far post, but it just passed wide of Guaita's goal.
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