Ole Gunnar Solskjaer disheartened with team losing two crucial points.
There was a lot of expectation before heading into this game after United’s 6-2 win over Leeds earlier this season.
The Red Devils are now ten points away from league-leaders Manchester City with five more games to go.
The Norwegian manager was disappointed for losing two important points that could have helped to close the gap to their noisy neighbours.
“Today we just didn’t have the moment, take (our chances) when we had them,” said Solskjaer.
“A draw is disappointing because we wanted to put pressure on (Manchester) City, but we couldn’t score.”
Solskjaer was rather delighted with his side’s performance in the second half against Leeds who are noted for their endurance.
“I’ve not seen many teams in the second half dominate as much as we did against Leeds, because they are so fit and strong,” Solskjaer added.
“The intensity of their game has been so good, they steamroll teams, but I felt we almost did that to them second half.
“I really liked what I saw out there, we dominated and played in their half.
“We kept them away from our goal, away from our half really, so I’m really happy about that.”