Sunday, October 25, 2020

Solskjaer: “Lack of fans reason for poor form”

Manchester United have now failed to win their first three games of a new season since 1972-73 and they have now failed to win their last five home games with the final home games of last season included.

Manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was asked about this poor run of form and pointed out to the lack of fans in the Stadium as the reason.

The Norwegian tactician thinks the Atmosphere a packed Old trafford brings could have helped the team more.

“Two teams who played in Europe this week, I think it showed in the first half. It was not the greatest," 


"I think in the second half we pushed on. If that Stretford End is full we might get some help and get the ball over the line.


"We pegged them back and created some half-decent opportunities. There was a great block by Thiago Silva and the goalkeeper has made a couple of fantastic saves against Marcus.


"All in all, a good defensive performance and we created enough chances to give ourselves a win."

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