Solskjaer blames Young for Man U 2-1 defeat to Wolves

Solskjaer blames Young  for Man U 2-1 defeat to Wolves
April 03 01:10 2019 Print This Article

Manchester United manager, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is still reeling in the pain of his team defeat to Wolves on Tuesday and seem to blame Ashley Young for going to ground to make a tackle, after being shown a yellow card by referee Mike Dean.

Young was sent off during United’s 2-1 defeat at Wolves on Tuesday, with the scores level at 1-1.

United took the lead through Scott McTominay, but the hosts fought back and levelled through Diogo Jota before the break.

Chris Smalling then put the ball into his own goal.

“You tell me, it’s one of those days where we’ve done more than enough to score at least three goals.

“They’ve pounced upon our mistakes. I thought the lads played well today, we created a lot of chances.

“We conceded goals from sloppy mistakes, a couple of bad decisions.

“When you’re on a yellow you’re always taking a chance by going to ground,” Solskjaer told Sky Sports after the game.

The Red Devils remain fifth on the table with 61 points.

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