Solskjaer blames Klopp for lack of penalty decisions

Fri 24 September 2021 | 15:14

The Norwegian coach believes that the Liverpool manager has made the referees less likely to award a penalty in favor of his team.

Manchester United

boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer indirectly blamed Jurgen Klopp for the referees not conceding a penalty in favor of his team.

In recent weeks, the referees have been very strict about awarding a penalty to Manchester United, and especially in their recent game against West Ham, Martin Atkinson decided to continue playing in the two scenes where a Hammer player clashed with Ronaldo, which, according to experts, A penalty should have been awarded. United conceded 11 penalties last season - with only Leicester (12) given more - and Jurgen Klopp criticized the penalties in January after


's 1-0 defeat to Southampton. Now Solskjaer indirectly blamed Klopp for referees not awardubg penalties in favor of the Red Devils.

The Norwegian said:

"We just have to hope that we get what we deserve.

"We should have had three penalties in the last two games. A certain manager last year was starting to worry about us getting penalties last season and after that, it seems like the decisions are more difficult to give.

"I've seen a big, big difference since then on. But we have to just leave that up to the referees and hopefully they'll make the right calls soon."

Solskjaer added on Cavani's situation:

"He is in the squad tomorrow. He's been training and now he feels ready to contribute.

"He came on against Wolves and then he got a slight strain in the international break when we had a [behind closed doors] game.

"He is ready again, he has worked really hard and diligently as he always does and hopefully he will have an impact as he had last season."



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