Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has slammed his team for more difficult penalties. After believing that some coaches are starting to look at his team whether they will get a penalty or not.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer taunted some managers, pointing out that some managers are worried Manchester United will get a penalty. Making it harder for his team to take penalties this season.
It is believed that the Norwegian coach Probably referring to Jurgen Klopp, the boss of a rival team like Liverpool. Back in January, Klopp once said: “Now I hear that Manchester United have taken more penalties in two years than I have been at Liverpool for five and a half years.
Solskjaer felt his side were unfair in the Carabao Cup third-round tie against West Ham United on Wednesday. Believing that his team deserved two penalties from the moment Cristiano Ronaldo fell into the box on both occasions. The referee assured me that it was not a penalty. There is not even a VAR check. Causing the Red Devils coach to believe that the reason for his team to get more difficult penalties It’s because some coaches have criticized about it.
“Last year some managers started to worry we were going to get penalties. After that, it seemed like it was harder to decide to give us a penalty. Of course, I’ve seen a difference in my judgment ever since. But we just have to let the referee do his job and hopefully he will come back to make the right decision soon,” Solskjaer was part of a pre-match interview with Astal Villa. ufabet