Manchester United faced off with Brighton in a 3 pm kick-off on Saturday.
United headed into the game looking to build on their win over Nottingham Forest but failed to do so.
When all was said and done, Brighton came away with a 3-1 win on the day.
Rasmus Hojlund scored on his Old Trafford debut but it was ruled out. And when speaking post-match, Christian Eriksen Man United have to start taking more of the many chances they are creating:
“I think we started really strong. We were very much front-footed and we surprised them a bit with our game plan, but when they scored from their first chance it made it a lot easier for them,” he said.
“We lost the momentum and I thought we had it back just before half-time with the disallowed goal, but we didn’t have the luck or the clinical part to get back and it’s difficult.
“It was unlucky for Rasmus, his debut here, it was disallowed, but I’m sure he’ll turn it around and score a lot more goals. We tried to come back and with how they play, there was a lot of running from our side.
“In the end, I still think we had enough chances to come back and we just didn’t take them. It’s been like that this season so far, I think if we changed that, the games would be a lot easier to play.”