Edinson Cavani missed two big chances to give United the win against Arsenal.
The veteran striker failed to score twice to give United the win at the Emirates.
Solskjaer’s side failed to score from open play against Arsenal (twice), Chelsea, Liverpool, Man City and Tottenham and the boss urged his strikers to be more clinical with their finishing.
“Of course you look at every game but you look at the games we played Arsenal, Chelsea, City, Liverpool. We defend well, we don’t really concede many chances. That’s one foundation to play from we need to take our chances and we know we have players to do that; we just haven’t done it,” Solskjaer explained.
“We just want to keep on working with them on the training ground. Today with the chances we had we feel that we should have won it but then you have to score to win definitely that’s something I want my forwards to sort out, they’ve scored so many goals throughout their careers.”
Cavani missed two big chances, one in the 58th minute and the other in 89 minute but Solskjaer has no doubts over the Uruguayan’s capability.
“I just look at his movement and his cleverness in his movement and I know exactly how fine margins there are,” Solskjaer said.
“You’ve got to open up your ankle a little bit on the first one as the goal is gaping and the second one is just hit the ball a touch earlier so you can get your foot around it.