Ole Gunnar Solskjaer Disappoint To Miss Scoring Opportunities Against Wolves

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer feels Manchester United did all that they could against Wolves but were unlucky not to find the net.

The Red Devils opened the proceedings with Scott McTominay netting his first United goal to provide an advantage to the visitors at the Molineux. But it took just 12 minutes for the home side to equalize as Diogo Jota made it 1-1 at the stroke of 25th minutes.

United reduced to 10 men when Ashley Young got the marching order for a rough tackle on Jota and United had to encounter the Wolves attack with 10 men for the remaining period. A Chris Smalling own goal saw United losing their second Premier League match in the Solskjaer era.

The manager said, “It’s one of those days that we’ve done more than enough to score three or more goals.

“We’ve created some great chances, and [there were some] fantastic saves by the keeper.

“They scored with their first chance after the sending off, about 20-25 minutes after the sending off. So, the boys have done exactly what they’re meant to – but we conceded goals from sloppy mistakes and we didn’t score ourselves.”


“Scotty had a chance, and it was a great save by the keeper again,

“If I’m not wrong, he made three or four fantastic saves. So we’ve done enough to win this game, but, then again, it doesn’t happen like that. You don’t always get what you deserve.”


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