Manchester United Works for a Draw, but Questions Remain for Fellaini

Will Tidey@willtideySenior Manager, GlobalApril 2, 2014

Manchester United's 1-1 draw with Bayern Munich was entirely credible—a victory, even, given the prediction of many that Bayern would steamroll United and leave the tie dead in the water.

David Moyes' team played with purpose and conviction. They rose to the occasion and did what was asked of them defensively. Nearly everybody who featured came out of the game with their reputation enhanced.

All but Marouane Fellaini.

The lumbering midfielder was, yet again, United's worst player on the park. He was off the pace, loose in possession and looked like he belonged at a lower standard.

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