Solskjaer admits mistakes in defeat to Young Boys. Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer admits mistakes in Champions League games will be punished after the team’s 2-1 defeat to Young Boys.
Manchester United’s Champions League debut this season has been disappointing, with Young Boys down 2-1 in Aaron Wan-Bissaka’s 35th-minute. They got red card and puts 10 men against you. Absent and conceding a goal in injury time from a mistake Jesse Lingard paid back after a poor return turned out to be a blessing for the opponents to score the winning goal.
Solskjaer admits mistakes in defeat to Young Boys
Solskjaer said after the game that “That’s football at the highest level, lack of concentration, make mistakes and get punished. We were like that in last year’s European Cup. We conceded two goals casually from the counter-attack in the game against Basaksehir.”
“Today, at the last moment, Jesse (Lingard) wants to play it safe and only make one mistake. You could concede a goal if Jesse had that chance again. He would turn around and clear away. But we will learn from this mistake.”