Jaun Mata is confident that Manchester United are good enough to prove themselves in the coming fixtures despite of a poor result at Old Trafford against Fulham on Sunday.
New manager David Moyes is still struggling to make him team consistent but somehow luck has not favoured him. Moyes’ side are now nine points behind Liverpool who are sitting on the fourth place in the Premier League.
While Mata speaking on his personal blog that the way to carry on is to think positive and to learn from the mistakes they have made, one more thing is that the team should stick together, players and fans.
They all were frustrated after the Fulham game because United deserved to win, they had the possession and they were playing better. They made a great come back from 0-1 to 2-1 in just two minutes, but Darren Bent changed the result in the injury time by equalizing the score line.
The 25-year-old playmaker said that whether United lose or win he will give his 100% because he joined them to help in every situation.
"It seems that luck is not on our side, but I don't like to give excuses.
"There is something we can always count on: the team's passion and sacrifice. We did fight until the end, and that's what I felt on the pitch, but once again we can't give excuses.
The Spaniard said that they have to work hard on their shooting accuracy. They should have scored more than two goals as they had many shooting opportunities at the edge of the box but failed to make the most of it.
Mata is confident that they can achieve what they are planning.