By Carl Markham, Pa
Published: 20:35 GMT, 1 December 2019 | Updated: 20:35 GMT, 1 December 2019
Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer admits his side did not deserve to win against Aston Villa but insists he is not yet concerned about their league position.
Having recovered from Jack Grealish's brilliant opener they took the lead through goalkeeper Tom Heaton's own goal and Victor Lindelof's header only to pegged back to 2-2 by Tyrone Mings' volley.
Victory would have lifted United to fifth, just six points behind Chelsea, but a second successive league draw moved them to only ninth.
Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer isn't yet worried about their league position
Goals from Tyrone Mings and Jack Grealish (pictured) kept United to just the one point
'First half it seemed we couldn't get to grips with going 1-0 down, I didn't think we dealt with that particularly well,' said the Norwegian, whose side have made their worst start to a league campaign since 1988-89.
'Second half was better. We created loads of big chances that should have won this game but overall I don't think we deserved to, especially after the first half.
'I wouldn't have sat here and talked about us being fifth if we had got that one goal extra, so the league table at this point is not the biggest concern because it is so tight.
'I just need to make sure that we get performances and get three or four performances after each other - and results.
'What I can say is so far we