Experienced their first draw, Solskjaer learned valuable lessons

After gaining 8 consecutive wins in all competitions, Manchester United’s new manager, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer finally won a draw, even they were almost humiliated at home when faced with Burnley in the Premier League on Wednesday morning (30/01) Local time. However, the draw was also used as a lesson by Norwegian coaches.

As is known, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was appointed as Interim manager by Manchester United to replace Jose Mourinho at the end of November. Under the direction of the Norwegian coach, Manchester United won 8 consecutive wins in all competitions. Unfortunately, the impressive record was stopped when the Red Devils entertained Burnley in the Premier League earlier this morning (30/01) local time.

Playing at home, Manchester United missed the first goal as Ashley Barnes successfully opened the scoring to 0-1, even the visitors successfully doubled the advantage when the game entered the 81st minute. Paul Pogba reduced Manchester United’s loss through a penalty kick 6 minutes later. Luckily, Manchester United, they didn’t lose when Victor Lindelof successfully scored the equalizer in the second half of injury time.

The draw was the first draw for Manchester United under the direction of Interim manager, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. It was disappointing, because the draw made Manchester United only pick one point, but the Norwegian manager looked at the match as a valuable lesson for his team.

“The way we reply to backwardness is fantastic. We are happy with one point and we can get three points at the end. We just ran out of time and started the game too slowly. This is learning. But now you have the answer – from the question of whether they can return if they are one behind, two goals. So I am very happy with the response. ”

“That’s Man United. We knew we could perform better in the first 60 to 70 minutes but, again, our reaction was brilliant and, to get two goals after 87 minutes, it was fantastic and proof of the character of all players who never gave up, “said the manager after the match.

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