Manchester United should make 'fuss' about missed calls - Solskjaer

Manchester United should make 'fuss' about missed calls - Solskjaer

United are three points behind leaders Manchester City ahead of Tuesday's home match against Southampton after the shock loss to the rock-bottom Blades and a subsequent 0-0 draw at Arsenal.

"I don't want my players to put too much. not too much but unfair pressure on the referee".

Billy Sharp pushed David De Gea as Bryan scored and Harry Maguire was adjudged to have fouled goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale before Martial found the net - decisions the United boss says he has had confirmation were wrong.

"I have no problem with human error, absolutely no problem, and I understand why the decisions were made" said Solskjaer. 'I don't like to bring these up but I've got the delegate's report on the referee and the two decisions were wrong.

Carragher can't quite understand why United find it so hard to take advantage of the opportunity in front of them to launch a legitimate title challenge this term.

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Phil Jones is yet to play a game this season due to injury but Solskjaer said the centreback will stay at Old Trafford and be registered in United's Premier League and European squads for the second half of the season.

"Maybe we should have really hung onto that or made them look at it before the game started again, so those are things that we have to learn from and use as energy and motivation". It might be a unusual season where someone you wouldn't expect qualifies for the Champions League. That's a big, big momentum changer for us.

United badly need a win on Tuesday but Solskjaer said: 'We can not think about the title race. When you're struggling against Sheffield United the other night, you're beaten by them and then you come to a big game, they just can't win them.

But he stressed their fate in the league will depend on how they react to the bad patch, which he feels his side will inevitably go through at some point later in the campaign.

"We need to get back to performing at that level and standard. They're in a good position tonight but it's not a position where you think this team will go on to win the league", Scholes said.

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