Manchester United put in a “good performance” and were denied a “nailed-on penalty” in their Europa League draw with AZ Alkmaar, says boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
United failed to have a single shot on target in an uninspired showing and have now failed to win in their past 10 away games.
But Head Coach Ole Gunnar was satisfied with their latest performance.
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“It’s a good point away from home against difficult opponents on a difficult surface,” said Solskjaer.
“They beat Feyenoord 3-0 away from home, we made many changes and so I’m very pleased.
“It should’ve been a win and I’m fed up of talking about penalties we should have had. That one was 100 out of 100 a penalty.
“If you look the one we should have had against Arsenal on Monday, you have so much time to move your hand out of
“Here, the linesman can look straight at the tackle, where he wipes out Marcus’s foot.
“Unfortunately for us we didn’t get it, so there’s no point in me complaining, but there will come a point where these decisions will turn our way. Today was the decision of the
United ended the game with 10 men, substitute Jesse Lingard lasting just nine minutes before suffering a hamstring
injury in the final moments, Solskjaer having used all three subs.