Manchester United comfortably overcame Leicester City 3-1 in the Premier League on Saturday, but Louis van Gaal was still unsatisfied.
Louis van Gaal believes Manchester United “killed the game too much” in the second half of Saturday’s 3-1 Premier League victory over Leicester City.
United went ahead through a well-taken Robin van Persie strike in the 27th minute at Old Trafford, before Radamel Falcao doubled the advantage five minutes later.
A Wes Morgan own goal made it 3-0 at half-time, but United were unable to add to their tally after the interval, with Marcin Wasilewski scoring a late consolation for the visitors.
The win helped the hosts avenge the 5-3 defeat they suffered at Leicester earlier in the season, having also led that game 3-1, but Van Gaal says his team became too conservative during the second half.
“I asked them to kill the game, because when you remember the game at Leicester, we did not kill the game,” he said. “But I think we killed the game too much.