Despite his side losing 3-1 to Chelsea in an English Premier League match on Sunday, Manchester United manager David Moyes has refused to rule his side out of the title race.
The loss sees United drop further back in the league table as they now trail leaders Arsenal by 14 points, but still Moyes refuses to give up hope.
“It is a long way away, we will never say it is gone and we will do our best to get back in and the only thing we can do is try and win our next game and we will try and do that,” said Moyes.
Reflecting on his side’s loss to Chelsea, Moyes said he felt that his side played well, but were a little unlucky on the day.
“We got a bit unlucky with the first goal and a deflection but the other two came from set-pieces and that is our own fault and that is nobody else's fault. Terrible defending on the first goal and just as bad on the one just after half-time,” added Moyes.
“I thought we played quite well at times, especially in first period but we just lacked that bit. We just needed someone to take on one of their chances.
“I knew the game would be tight, and it was except two set-pieces which has really changed the game. Apart from that I think we have had as many chances if not more than Chelsea. We had done a lot of good things in the game but football is about scoring goals and we didn't and Chelsea did.
“We can only blame ourselves, nobody else.”