Manchester United boss, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, has revealed his disappointment after his side conceded just after scoring the opening goal in his side’s 3-1 win over Burnley in the Premier League.
United went ahead in the 48th minute through Mason Greenwood, but Sean Dyche’s men equalised via James Tarkowski in the 50th minute.
Speaking to BBC after the game, Solskjaer said: “Disappointed we conceded straight away. We knew there’d be long balls, win the first one, win the second one and stop the ball into the box. The delivery was great and we had to work hard again.”
Solskjaer has also said he is happy for Greenwood who scored twice to ensure the win for United.
He added: “Very happy for him [Mason Greenwood]. He’s mixing up his game. He goes inside and outside, he’s maturing all the time. It’s lovely to see. He’s put the work in on the training ground and reaps the rewards.”
The Old Trafford club are now eight points behind Premier League leaders Manchester City with six games to go.