Matthew Le Tissier thinks Man United boss David Moyes is struggling to cope under the pressure of the club’s faltering campaign. The Scot has endured a torrid first season in charge since taking over from Alex Ferguson – with the season hitting a new low in the shocking display against Olympiakos in the Champions League last 16 tie that saw them go down 2-0. googletag.cmd.push(function() { googletag.display(“div-gpt-ad-1389116196215-0”); });The former Everton boss was the subject of rumours he would be sacked in the wake of United’s pitiful surrender to the Greek champions, which leaves the Red Devils needing to overturn a two goal deficit in Europe for the first time since 1984. Former Southampton star Le Tissier believes poor results are beginning to take their toll on the beleaguered United manager. You see him in press conferences and he’s constantly taking the blame himself, he told Sky Sports. Everyone can see the lack of quality there. They only had one shot on target against Olympiakos – that hasn’t happened at United for years.