Marcus Rashford took an indirect swipe at his manager, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer following their 3-3 draw with Sheffield United on Sunday night.
The inform English striker scored what should’ve been Man United’s winning goal against Sheffield United at Bramall Lane.
“The manager knows when we play on front foot we’re a good team. The three goals is the response we managed to give. We have to keep pushing though – if we kept going then perhaps we would have got the win.”
The 22-year old striker told Sky, calling out their manager’s conservative approach towards the match.
Manchester United had just one shot on target in the first half of the game; their least in an EPL game under the manager.
Meanwhile, Ole had this to say concerning the thrilling turn of events which has kept his team 10th on the premier league table.
It’s football, sometimes it’s beyond tactics, the passion, the drive, the supporters first half, the energy of their team was so much different to ours, and then our energy and belief come back in.
The Norwegian manager went further to highlight how his current Red Devils have improved from last year’s Man United side
The difference between this year’s team and last year’s team is huge. At 2-0 down I’m thinking, my mind is going back to Everton, no doubt about the drive, the energy, the attitude of these boys. They never give in. Last year we would have been 3, 4, 5-0 down.
It’s not something you can put your finger on why we were so poor, but they looked like they wanted it more and they believed more. Sometimes it’s little margins. We never had a real shot on target, that’s not good enough, but the response was fantastic
It’s mixed emotions. You can’t be happy, we’ve not performed for the majority of the game but the attitude & the way they’ve turned things round, we’ve shown what we’re capable of and we’ve shown ourselves what we’re capable of. We should win games like this.
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