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Giggs admits Man Utd "flat" for dismal defeat

Manchester United interim boss Ryan Giggs admits they were "flat" for defeat to Sunderland.

United lacked tempo, their passing was poor and they could not find a way through a defence that has shipped 57 goals this season.

The feel-good bubble that surrounded Old Trafford following the interim appointment of Giggs and his fellow Class of '92 graduates has now burst.

"I feel flat, the players were a bit flat, and I don't know why," the Welshman said.

"We controlled possession but we just lacked that quality in the final third, and concentration."

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