Manchester United manager Ole Gunner Solskjaer disappointed with the result against Fulham but happy to see fans back at Old Trafford as he claims players enjoyed their chants.
Manchester United manager Ole Gunner Solskjaer is disappointed with the result against Fulham in the Premier League.
United played a 1-1 draw as they welcome back their fans at Old Trafford despite stunning goal from Cavani.
Ole while speaking with the media stated how disappointed he is for getting that result against a relegated side.
Ole on the result.
“We wanted to win. Not because of second or third position – we wanted to gain momentum, gain confidence, because we’ve lost too many points in the last week.
“Hopefully that won’t dent the confidence. Hopefully it will just wake them up. We made too many decisions that I didn’t like.
“We played well, we created chances, but we couldn’t take them. But then, if you don’t take them, anything can bite you in the Premier League.
“Good players, good teams. It was a good cross and a good header. We should have dealt with it better though.”
On the return of fans.
The Norwegian was glad to see the fans back at Old Trafford as he claims the players enjoyed them chanting.
“Fantastic. Walking in here with the buzz, the energy, hearing the chants. I know the players really appreciate it.
“They maybe overdid the play at times. I thought we were too loose, too fancy, wanting to do flicks and backheels. Tricks when you don’t need to.
“That was the disappointing bit, but it was with good intentions. They wanted the crowd to have a good day.
“I’ve missed the Stretford End sucking the ball in towards the end of games and I’m sure when we get everyone back in, we’ll get some more joy.”