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Wayne Rooney: We should have done better as a team


Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney was bitterly disappointed after yesterday's 5-3 defeat against Leicester City in the Premier League.

The Red Devils failed to take advantage of a 3-1 advantage in the second half as they suffered their second defeat of the season.

"It's really disappointing, going 3-1 up especially and then losing the game, it's hard to take," Rooney is quoted as saying by Sky Sports.

"We should have done better as a team, seen the game out and won it from the position we were in.

"[There were] some mistakes and we didn't do well enough as a team to stop their goals.

"It's a game where we played some great stuff, scored some great goals and conceded some sloppy goals.

"We have to do better; we know that - as a team we have to do better.

"It's not nice when you concede goals when you know we can prevent them. Everyone individually as a player knows that.

"They had the momentum with them in the last twenty minutes and we had to somehow try and find our composure and see the game out, but we failed to do that."

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