Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer insists his side is improving despite his side losing a one-goal lead to be held by Arsenal on Monday.
The United manager to Sky Sports after the game said: “We go 1-0 up and then we don’t get the second goal that we want to get. That’s the learning now for this time. Be more cynical, clinical,” Solskjaer told Sky Sports.
”There are so many games we have been 1-0 up. We will learn. It’s a bad goal to give away but sometimes you make those passes, you play out and it looks good. We learn from it. We are at the start of building something. It’s just a bit disappointing that we can’t get that second goal.
“Seven now in seven games [for Aubameyang] so that’s clinical. You think at the time maybe Harry [Maguire] managed to get out but it was a few yards onside and a good finish.
Hear a Noise
“Sometimes you hear a noise and you try your luck, don’t you? [On a possible handball…] You’d rather blow the whistle and check it after if you’re not sure. I was and quite a few Man United fans were sure.
“Effort is never a problem with these boys. They are working hard in training to improve. They were a bit passive at the start. We could have taken more risks going forward.”
The draw against Arsenal means United have won just two of their last 12 Premier League games with pressure slowly mounting on the Norwegian.
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