Everton midfielder critical of attackers

Marouane Fellani has admitted he was left frustrated due to Everton’s missed chances following their 1-0 defeat at home to Manchester United on Saturday.
Despite producing a high amount of golden-opportunities against the reigning Premier League champions, the Toffees were unable to convert any.

Following this, United were able to do what Everton wasn’t, as Javier Hernandez’s first-half strike left Fellaini furious with himself and his team mates.
Now the Belgian international insists that his team must be more prolific in front of goal in their next game against Newcastle this weekend.

“We’re disappointed, it’s always a difficult game against Manchester United but we had three or four chances to score but we couldn’t,” the 23-year-old told the club’s official website.
“Manchester United only made three or four chances but scored. It’s not easy against a big team and we played well but couldn’t score.

“If you don’t score you can’t win and when that happens you are less confident, but hopefully next Saturday we can win.”

Fellaini will miss the trip to St James’ Park after picking up a fifth yellow card of the season against the Red Devils, and admits it will be tough to sit out.
“It’s difficult, I haven’t missed any games this season and I don’t want to miss a week,” he added.

“But hopefully I’ll come back from international duty feeling fit.”

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