Manchester United need to start winning matches and put an end to their drawing trend, says Phil Jones. The Red Devils played out a 1-1 draw with Everton despite controlling the tie at Goodison Park on Sunday. Zlatan Ibrahimovic broke the deadlock in the 42nd minute but a late equaliser by Leighton Baines from the penalty spot prevented Jose Mourinho's Reds from returning to winning ways in the Premier League, making it United's third 1-1 draw in a row. “Everton play direct and make it difficult for you to defend but I thought we stood up to it and were resilient,” said Jones as manutd.com reported.
"The home fans were getting frustrated until we gave the penalty away and drew the game. “We are losing too many points now, it’s becoming a common trend, and we need to put that right quick. “I can think of four or five games now where we have dominated but not managed to win. It's happened again and I'm gutted." Jones added: "We are playing well, we are moving the ball well and creating chances. It was a great ball by Anthony [Martial] and Ibrahimovic did what he does best. "It’s a great goal but it’s worthless in a game you draw when you should have won."