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Ole suggests his team should've made more of a fuss over Man United’s disallowed goal. |Hotlinepro|


 Man United Coach "Ole Gunnar Solskjaer" suggests his team should've made more of a fuss over Man United’s disallowed goal followed it revealed by (Video assistance reference), it was a mistake to rule it out.

 United Striker "Anthony Martial" thought he had equalised against Sheffield United defender only for his close range finish to be chalked off after it was deemed Maguire had fouled Aaron Ramsdale in the build-up.

 Ole Gunner Solskjaer was afflicted at the decision at the time and revealed in his press conference that the delegates’ report from the match said the goal should've stood.

  And the Man United boss "Ole Gunner Solskjaer" suggests referee Peter Bankes might have changed his mind had the players put a little more pressure on him.

 “I think whenever a team feels unfairly treated there will be a reaction but human error is.. I've no problem with human error. "Yes" Absolutely no problem.

  He said: and I understand why the decisions were made. Notwithstanding, they went against us and they were wrong.

  That is football for you. However, maybe what VAR (video assistance reference) should have been in for. Maybe we should've made more of a fuss about it,” Ole said. 

We're a bunch of nice lads. Maybe we should've really hung on to that or made them look at it before the match started again, so those are the things that we've to learn from and use as motivation or energy. You're not going to hoping to get anything for free.” As Ole Gunner's side prepare to host Southampton in the premier league and get back to winning race, the Man United boss hit back at claims that they've been getting all of the luck when it comes to decisions.

 “There has been a narrative for too long about the decisions making we've got for us and I can look at many decisions this season that United feel haven’t,” Ole Gunner Solskjaer continued.

 Even the first premier league match, Victory… they agreed on that one. That was not a penalty. But that doesn’t affect where we're now. We just move on.” After defeat to Sheffield United and a draw against Arsenal, Ole is anticipating his side to move on against Southampton on Tuesday night.

  Having fallen behind Manchester City at the top of the table Ole is looking for his Squad to go on a consistent run.

  Every team is in the same situation and position. Whoever recovers the best and performs the best will win, whoever's coping with the situation the best. We want to put a run together. Since 1 November, we have lost against Sheffield United and that is the only defeat we have had so far in the league,” solskjaer said.

  We need to get back to performing at that level and standard. Sometimes you have got to be lucky and sometimes it is better to be lucky than good. More times than not, it is best to just focus on yourself and keep on being consistent in your behaviours. If you prepare the same way and approach a game the right way and tactics, you'll get results.” 

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