David Moyes takes blame for Man Utd defeat at Olympiakos27 February 2014 BBC Online
Manchester United manager David Moyes says he is to blame for his side's 2-0 loss to Champions League opponents Olympiakos on Tuesday.
United were favourites to beat the Greek side over two legs but they now face the prospect of missing out on the quarter-finals.
The Scot added: "It was a really poor performance. We never really got going and we didn't deserve anything."
United registered their first and only shot on target of the match in the 89th minute as they slumped to a surprise defeat.
Moyes, who left teenager Adnan Januzaj out of the squad, admitted they had not done enough to secure a potentially valuable away goal.
"I am just surprised," he added. "I didn't see that level of performance coming, I just didn't see it.
"It's the worst we've played in Europe. We didn't offer enough on the night to create a goal.