London, Sept 29 (ANI): Manchester United have given themselves the worst start to a Premier League season for 25 years after they lost 1-2 to West Bromwich Albion at Old Trafford, leaving them in the bottom half of the table.
According to the Mirror, On Friday, as David Moyes looked ahead to Manchester United's forthcoming trip to Donetsk, he admitted that his side lacked the quality to win the Champions League.
The only good news for United on a day that ended with them slumped in the bottom half of the table was that Manchester City, Tottenham and Chelsea also dropped precious points, the report said.
West Brom's Morgan Amalfitano scored the first goal followed by Wayne Rooney's equaliser for United but Saido Berahino took the lead for the away side in the 67th minute. (ANI)