Jose Mourinho has admitted that Manchester United’s poor form at home could harm their chances of making it to the UCL.
United were held to their seventh draw in 14 home games and struggled to find the winning goal against 10-man Bournemouth.
Rojo put United ahead, only for King to score a 40th minute penalty and equalise. Ibrahimovic missed a penalty to put United ahead and the Red Devils struggled to find the winning goal against a 10-man side.
The result means Mourinho’s men are still sixth on the table with just 12 games left in the league.
When asked if he is worried home form will cost United a top-four place, he retorted: “Of course, of course.
“If you look at the points we lost at home – I don’t speak about the Man City match – all the other matches we drew.
“If you accumulate these points, you are talking about 10 or 12 and with these points we are not just speaking about the top four, we would be speaking about the top two or top one.
“We lost too many points at home and obviously cost us our position.
“Are we dead in relation to the top four? No, we are not dead. We are not dead. There are matches to play, points to win, points to lose, points to fight for. We are not dead.
“But the reality is that we are losing too many points at home.”