Solskjaer commits sackable offence.

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Agbonlahor says Solskjaer committed a sackable offence against Everton.

Former Aston Villa player Gabby Agbonlahor says Manchester United manager Ole Gunner Solskjaer has committed a sackable offence.

Manchester United played a 1-1 draw against Everton in the Premier League at Old Trafford as the team continue to struggle under Solskjaer.

The Norwegian named Cristiano Ronaldo and Paul Pogba on the bench despite not having a crucial game this week.

While speaking with the media Agbonlahor says that not starting Ronaldo is a sackable offence.

“It was a sackable offence not to start Ronaldo from Solskjaer. You look at Manchester United, you are playing Everton”, Agbonlahor said.

“Everton have been in good form this season. You need your strongest team to go out there and beat Everton.

“You’ve got the international break now. It’s not as if they’ve got a game on Wednesday and Saturday, they’ve got the international break.

He insists Ronaldo Pogba and Lingard should have started against the in-form Everton.

Solskjaer was caught in camera in the last seconds of the game laughing while Agbonlahor admits he was happy with the result.

“Pogba should have started, Ronaldo should have started, Jesse Lingard should have even started.

“Send Ronaldo to Portugal shattered, that’s not your problem. Play your best team against teams like Everton.

“Ole got it totally wrong. Even the last 30 seconds of the game, he’s laughing and joking on the touchline when Benitez is so on it, talking to his players.

“It just shows he was happy with a draw. Manchester United shouldn’t be happy with a draw against Everton at home.”

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