Manchester United manager, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, has given the reasons for his side’s Premier League 4-1 defeat to Watford in the Premier League on Saturday eve.
Solskjaer said that Watford defeated Man United because his players allowed the host to acquire into their box too easily.
The Norwegian also said that Man United played poorly in the first of all half against Watford as 4 goals from Joshua Male monarch, Ismaila Sarr, Joao Pedro, and Emmanuel Bonaventure ensured the home squad defeated the Red Devils.
Speaking after the game, Solskjaer told Sky Sports: “There’s not much dot in saying too much in relation to it. We didn’t grip the first of all half at all.
“We were outfought and allowed them to acquire into our box too easily and that’s costly against a direct and physical squad similar Watford.
“Moment half was so much superior. We created 4, 5 or 6 large chances, so whether we give ourselves a mount to climb, you just can’t take hold of 2 goals in the Premier League.
“The first of all half was real, real poor and we demand to acquire the players in a superior frame of psyche to start the game because, in the moment half, they are playing similar they have nil to lose.”
Asked why the first of all half was so poor, he added: “That’s human beings, I’ve got to say, you are surprised, all of these lads are top lads, top players and top professionals, when it’s not going for you and it’s going against you, it’s tough to play with that mental break.
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