Manchester United manager, Louis Van Gaal has registered his disappointment at the lack of goals from his side.
United have lost three straight Premier League matches, this has put their fourth place position under threat. They are four points ahead of fifth-placed Liverpool, who could catch up to them.
The Red Devils have not scored a goal in all three matches they lost. United might have to play a champions league play off to secure a spot in the prestigious competition.
Rooney, United’s highest goal scorer this season has 12 goals. Van Persie has 10, while Falcao has a sad 4 to his name.
“I miss a striker that scores and every striker – if it’s Van Persie or Falcao or Wayne Rooney – who scores the goal, I’m very happy and the team is very happy,” Van Gaal told the press.
“[The lack of goals] is a concern now because it’s not a coincidence and, in spite of the way we have played against Chelsea, Everton and now against West Brom, we have created a lot of chances and still we don’t score.
“So you can say, as manager, we were not unlucky in every match. It’s also that you have to finish these chances.
“We have lost three times in a row so it’s also in the hands of my players. [The top four] is less secure.”