Manchester United legend Gary Neville was left very annoyed with United’s attacking after Sunday’s 3-3 draw with Sheffield United.
United dramatically fell 2-0 behind before the hour mark but got themselves level via two goals from Brandon Williams and Mason Greenwood - before Marcus Rashord almost ensured a thrilling comeback on 79 minutes but was denied by a Olie McBunie equalizer in stoppage time.
Neville, who earns his money as pundit, made no effort to hide his frustration in studio after the game - particularly Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's attackers.
"The lack of movement from Martial, Rashford and James is a joke," Neville began via Goal.
"It really is an absolute joke. All game. Nothing at all from them. Manchester United’s midfield is poor but you expect better from that front three.”
Neville who is a one-man team after spending his entire playing career as Red Devil, is one of the most-decorated English and European footballers in history with 20 trophies that include Premier League titles and double Champions League titles.
"If you asked Chris Wilder to swap McGoldrick and Mousset for Martial and Rashford, he would say no."
"I called them [United’s front three] a joke 15 minutes ago, that front three. Their movement was awful, non-existent,” added Neville.