Manchester United Coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has reacted after the 0-0 Chelsea draw at Old Trafford on Saturday, MySportDab reports.
Solskjaer believes that United getting a point at home was the biggest positive from the goalless draw result against Chelsea.
The Red Devils had lost their opening two Premier League match at Old Trafford this season, to Crystal Palace and Tottenham, in recent weeks.
United had the better opportunities against Chelsea but both sides failed to take their chances.
Chelsea and Manchester United wanted to fix their leaky defences, which has conceded many goals this season.
Marcus Rashford was very close to scoring but he was denied by Edouard Mendy twice.
Although a single point was not the best for Solskjaer, he was happy with the progress his team has made.
“We kept a clean sheet, stopped losing home matches,” Solskjaer said.
“We always want to win but I think it was a very solid performance.
“This week has been very good, with two match wins and a draw.
“I think there were two good teams out there, some top class defenders and great keepers also.
“There were some fantastic saves to deny Marcus… Totally, it was a very even game but I felt if there should be a winner, we deserved it.”
Manchester United tried hard to find a late winner during the closing stages of the match and Solskjaer believes they might have scored if fans were in the stadium.
“If the Stretford End was full, we could have created more quickly,” he added.
“It lacks fans, it is a different type of sport.
“It’s a different sport without fans, we miss them very much. The edge in football has gone.
“It is the same for all clubs. I can’t wait for the fans to be back.”