The Manchester United coach was self-critical of his team after Southampton tied the game at the end.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer spoke after the tie of Manchester United before Southampton 2-2 in Old Trafford. The Red Devils coach referred to both the time that took away the possibility of settling in third place in the Premier League.
“It is the worst time for you to score a goal, but that happens in football, we have to be strong and learn from this because we have won many games that way. It is all part of learning for this team. We probably did not deserve three points, “said Solskjaer for Sky Sports.
“Southampton is a good team, they deserved to get something out of the game. They played well, they are a physical team and very fit, they run, they chase, and we didn’t get that rhythm on our passes, especially after going 2-1. We can play better But we created opportunities, we played fantastic football at times. Anthony (Martial) had two great opportunities that he created for himself, and both goals were very good, “said the Norwegian as the positive things he took from the match.
Finally, Solskjaer was asked about a possible tiredness of his players after repeating eleven starters for the fifth consecutive time: “I don’t think that’s the case, we have had enough recovery, it was just one of those days, we didn’t take risks, they took advantage of just your chance in the end. “
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