Ferguson troubled by Man Utd's recurring need for fightbacks
MANCHESTER, United Kingdom (AFP) - Alex Ferguson admitted Manchester United's tendency to fall behind in games is a major concern after his side launched another impressive comeback to beat Queens Park Rangers 3-1.
For the ninth time in 13 league games this season, United trailed to Harry Redknapp's new club following an early second-half goal from Jamie Mackie at Old Trafford on Saturday.
But United responded superbly, with three goals in eight minutes from Jonny Evans, Darren Fletcher and Javier Hernandez meaning that Ferguson's side have now claimed 18 points from losing positions this season.
"Of course it's frustrating," said United manager Ferguson. "We have to be concerned about it. The one thing was, from the moment when we scored (the first goal), we really got at them and played with a great determination and speed, which made a difference. We played for 15 or 10 minutes - that was the sum total of a real performance from Manchester United."