Paul Scholes argues for Manchester United because he started slowly, urging Marcus Rashford to clinch despite his late win against Bournemouth
Robert Summerscales for Mailonline
Manchester United legend Paul Scholes is increasingly frustrated with his former side's tactical tactics at the start of the Games.
United began the game poorly on Saturday in Bournemouth and was 1-0 in the lead after eleven minutes. The game improved and was improved by goals from Anthony Martial and Marcus Rashford.
United changed twice before the hour when Rashford and Ander Herrera were introduced instead of Juan Mata and Fred.
Marcus Rashford (left) scored one last victory when Manchester United beat Bournemouth 2-1
Former United star Paul Scholes was at Vitality Stadium to revise the game for BT Sport
Scholes was encouraged by how United had played after that double and said to BT Sport: "The second half was much better. Rashford made a big difference, and Herrera released (Paul) Pogba in midfield, and he started running in the second half. "
Rashford's winner came in second-minute added-time, but Scholes believes the youngster could have scored earlier in the game.
Scholes said, "Marcus missed a chance he should have achieved.
"He's finished well, but should have scored before."
In the last games, the slow start of United was a common theme. The terrible first halves against Newcastle and Chelsea are a good example of this.
Scholes has asked the Red Devils to step on their forefoot and play to their strength, which he believes attacks.
He added, "As soon as they come out in every game they defensively set up, they sit back, never sit down early and never come to the players.
"And they can not defend, the last four have proven week after week to give them chances, and the keeper usually saves them.
"The strength of this team must be its aggressiveness. They have so many good players that they have to come out and try to start the game this way.
"Only when they lose a goal or two goals at times, they start to play."
No. 10 Rashford scored close range from close range, Scholes said he needed to score earlier
Scholes also criticized United for his slow start after his former side had fallen behind in the 11th minute