Moyes mystified by Man United’s ‘Greek tragedy’

Manchester United's manager David Moyes, seen during their UEFA Champions League round of 16 first leg match, against Olympiakos, at Karaiskaki Stadium in Athens, on February 25, 2014Piraeus (Greece) (AFP) – Manchester United manager David Moyes admitted that he had been taken aback by the abject quality of his team's performance in their shock 2-0 Champions League loss to Olympiakos. Olympiakos were good value for their victory, secured through goals in each half from Alejandro Dominguez and Joel Campbell, who is on loan at the club from Arsenal, but in United they came across surprisingly generous opponents. Careless in defence and short of ideas in midfield, United failed to muster a single shot on target during the game and did not seriously threaten until Robin van Persie shot over the bar in the 82nd minute.

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