Van Gaal: We Didn't Play As A Team
Manchester United boss, Louis Van Gaal, felt his side did not play as a team in their 2-1 loss to Swansea City at Old Trafford.
Wayne Rooney had cancelled out Ki Sung-Yueng first half opener, but Swansea's new signing Gylfi Sigurdsson had the last laugh, scoring the winner in the 79th minute.
And the Dutchman believes some of his players were nervous, which led to bad decision making.
"When you have so much preparation time and work so hard, it can't get worse than this,” Van Gaal told Skysports News.
“We had great confidence and it got smashed down. But it's one game of many. You are not champions after one game.
“The question is if we can play as a team, if we can reach the right level. We couldn't do that today.
“Because of our wins in the US, expectation is so high. But I saw a lot of nervous players out there today, making wrong decisions. You have to cope with that pressure.”