Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho has criticized his team after another draw in the pre-season.
The Old Trafford outfit drew with MLS team San Jose Earthquake just days after they came from behind to draw club America.
Mourinho lamented the struggles he faced as the bulk of his team is still on the break following their participation in the World Cup.
“We are not a team, we are a group of players from different teams,” Mourinho told MUTV.
“Some are from our first team, some are Under-23, some are from loans and going on loans, some are the Under-18s.
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“We don’t have a team to play much better than we did but it’s one more training session.”
Eric Baily almost gave Manchester United the lead but his effort crashed against the crossbar.
Eric Bailly should have opened the scoring for Manchester United but could only header against the bar.
San Jose also hit the woodwork as they threatened late on while Timothy Fosu-Mensah had to clear an Earthquakes effort off the line.
Manchester United is now set to begin their preparation for the Champions Cup Campaign as they face AC Milan on Thursday before a meeting with Liverpool next weekend.