The playmaker of Red devils says that his team is lacking a striker with the killer instinct of Lionel Messi, Cristiano Ronaldo or Thomas Muller.
Goal.com reports that for MU a draw against West Ham – the fifth time they have failed to score in their last nine matches in all competitions.
The top scorer of Manchester United, Wayne Rooney, this season has scored only seven goals in 20 games.
Bastian Schweinsteiger said: “In every game we create chances, but haven’t scored. When that is not the case it is not easy to win matches. If you miss a chance you have to be unhappy. It is about attitude when you are a striker, a big striker, like a Ronaldo, Messi and Thomas Muller. They want to score goals. They have quality but they want to score goals.”
“You need the attitude that you want to score. Our players are not scared in front of goal, no. It is all about the killer instinct. We have players who have the abilities but we need it in every game.With luck or whatever you have to score. The feeling that the players want to score, we need to have more of this. We are trying. We are creating and that is a good thing. The problem is a mix of everything, it is that last pass. You have to look up to see what is on. We have players who can score goals,” the player added.