Real Sociedad 0, Manchester United 0
Marouane Fellaini was sent off and Robin Van Persie missed a soft penalty awarded for what appeared to be a dive by Ashley Young as United missed a chance to take a giant stride towards qualification for the knockout phase of the Champions League.
Moyes complained about the decisions that went against United on the night, such as the Fellaini red card.
He said: “I thought it was harsh. I thought there were some strange decisions all night. The crowd whistled an awful lot for things tonight.”
He added: “We had enough chances to win it, we controlled it for most of the game. It was there to take, to get into a strong position or even get clear in the group and we should have taken three points.”
In a dour game of few chances, Robin Van Persie kicked his heels on the United bench while Wayne Rooney was picked alongside Javier Hernandez up front with a rare start for Shinji Kagawa on the left of midfield. A toothless first half display gave way to a second half of mild controversy but United should have taken the lead when Hernandez was handed a golden opportunity to open the scoring soon after the break when Kagawa laid on a superb chance for him but the Mexican snatched wildly at his shot.
Van Persie duly came on, alongside Ashley Young and went down easily to earn his side an embarrassing penalty. Van Persie, however, wasted the chance by blasting it against the post with goalkeeper Claudio Bravo stranded.
Embarrassment turned to anger, though, as Marouane Fellaini was sent off late on for a second bookable offence after a foul on David Zurutuza.
With Shakhtar Donetsk and Bayer Leverkusen also playing out a goal-less draw in Ukraine, Group A remains tight with qualification far from certain and a trip to Leverkusen for United later this month looking like a crunch match.