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Solskjaer comments on the loss against PSG

Thu 03 December 2020 | 11:25

Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has claimed that his team could have beaten Paris Saint-Germain.

Manchester United

, on a night that they lost a lot of opportunities, especially in the first minutes of the second half, finally lost to

Paris Saint-Germain

3 – 1 and handed over the lead to this French rival.

At the end of the match

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer

, Man Utd’s young Norwegian boss, admitted his team did not use its opportunities, otherwise they would have had a chance to win.

"It was a very good game of football, it deserved fans. When you saw the teamsheets, you thought there'd be goals in this game,"

Solskjaer said

"Chances for both teams – of course, with a bit more clinical finishing, we should have finished the game halfway through the second half.

"We had some big chances, big moments. That's the difference when you get to the big games, the clinical moments. Games are always decided at either end.

"In games like this, if Marquinhos had bigger studs on he would have been offside, that's a marginal decision as well. Sometimes you can't really put your finger on it. They were the better team, because they scored, but I thought both teams played really well."

In the first half,

Manchester

Brazilian midfielder,

Fred

, head-butted

PSG

midfielder and Solskjaer thinks they were lucky not to have him sent off, right off the bat;

"Fred shouldn't put his head towards him. I don't think he touched him, but he shouldn't do that, so he's a bit lucky, it's either nothing or a red card.

"I thought maybe he was a bit lucky to stay on.”

 

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