Paul Scholes questions Ralf Rangnick’s coaching calibre after Southampton draw

Paul Scholes questions Ralf Rangnick's coaching experience after Southampton draw

Manchester United legend Paul Scholes has questioned Ralf Rangnick’s coaching experience after United were held to a frustrating draw by Southampton.

Man United dropped yet another points when Che Adams scored the equaliser early in the second half to hand The Saints a 1-1 draw.

United created loads of chances but yet again failed to kill the game off, with Southampton’s goalie proving unbeatable in both halves.

Jadon Sancho opened the scoring midway through the first half after getting on the end of what many described as a beautiful counter-attack.

But his first Old Trafford goal would be pulled back after Che Adams fired home in the 49th minute, thanks to another shambolic defending from United.

The draw means Manchester United have failed to record a win in their last three games against Middlesbrough, Burnley and Southampton.

Man United appointed Ralf Rangnick as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s temporary replacement in a bid to improve the mood in the dressing room but so far, the German boss has struggled to do just that.

Questions have been asked whether the German tactician has the experience to steady the ship at Old Trafford as he hasn’t coached any club as big as Manchester United.

Paul Scholes thinks Manchester United don't play as a team
Paul Scholes thinks Manchester United don’t play as a team

Paul Scholes has hinted that The Red Devils might have made a mistake in hiring the ex-Leipzig boss, stating that United didn’t have any plan after the sacking of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.

“The sack for Ole [Gunnar Solskjaer] was coming but where was the plan,” Scholes told BT Sport.

“To not have a plan and bring in a sporting director, he [Ralf Rangnick] looks like he lacks experience in coaching the last 5 or 6 years.

“I feel sorry for the manager. He’s clearly trying his best to set this team up to play against this type of team and they’re either not listening and can’t do it, or they don’t want to do it.”

And the former England international claims Manchester United don’t play as a team.

When asked about what he thinks of his ex-club, Scholes added: “They are a team of individuals.”