Manchester United Coach Ole Gunnar Solksjaer has reacted after his side’s 2-0 loss against Burnley on Wednesday night, MySportDab reports.
United’s Premier League top four hopes were dealt a massive blow by Burnley last night.
Sean Dyche’s team left Old Trafford with all three points thanks to goals from Chris Wood and Jay Rodriguez.
MySportDab understands United were far from impressive during the game, with fans singing Chants at Old Trafford long before the final whistle.
Now, Solskjaer has vowed to speak to his players to get them back on track after the loss.
“We have to understand and say we weren’t good enough,” he said.
“In the first half we created chances but we were not clinical enough to take our chances.
“They were very clinical and also defended well. we failed to open them up.
“The boys have given everything they have but they are in a scary period like now for the first time in their lives.
“When you play for Manchester United, you are playing at the biggest and one of the best clubs in the world. Some of them have played many games and it’s not easy for them.
“I’m going to see all of them and help ourselves move forward. We can’t do anything but admit it’s not good enough.
“You can say anything you want and we are surely disappointed with our points tally. We work hard every single day for them to improve and perform better than this.”
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