Solskjaer admits Manchester United 'not good enough' after defeat to Burnley
Solskjaer admits Manchester United 'not good enough' after defeat to Burnley
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Solskjaer admits Manchester United 'not good enough' after defeat to Burnley

Following another disappointing loss this time at the hands of Burnley, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer admitted Manchester United were "not good enough".

The defeat means that United have now lost more games than they have won since Solskjaer was appointed permanent manager in March.

Goals from Chris Wood and Jay Rodriguez compounded United to their fourth defeat this year and their eighth league loss of the season, leaving them six points off Chelsea and Champions League qualification.

Speaking in a press conference after the defeat to Burnley, Solskjaer gave an assessment of the game, "The players are giving everything.

"They have done absolutely fantastic so far this season but they know it wasn't good enough tonight. The boys looked mentally tired towards the end, we didn't find that creativity. We can't feel sorry for ourselves.

"When you are at Man Utd you are privileged because you are playing for the best club in the world. Sometimes you go through periods like that and it is a test I am sure they are going to come through."

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