Manchester United kick “clenching teeth” in Everton’s second half goal – Soccer Sports

Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer endured the sour ending of his 100th Premier League match, saying his team was kicked in the next match. 3-3 draw with Everton Saturday.

United’s away league form was prominent this season, but a simple error that didn’t make it to the title candidate lost four to Old Trafford and more recently 2-1 to the bottom team Sheffield United. ..

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United led Toffee 2-0, but amateur defense wiped out the deficit and led Dominic Calvert-Lewin to draw on the final kick of the game after again lagging behind. I did.

As a result, United’s second-place hope to win the first league title since 2013, two points behind leader Manchester City, who has two games, has been defeated.

Solskger praised the team’s prolific score and rebelled a bit, but couldn’t ignore the disappointment of having to settle into a draw like a defeat.

“We deserved to win the match, but it’s football for you. You have to seize the opportunity and you can’t concede every shot,” Solskger said.

“I didn’t feel like I was playing particularly well in the first half, but I scored two great goals. I entered with a 2-0 break, feeling that we weren’t getting what we could.

“After 2-2, we played really well, the last kick of the ball kicked us with our teeth and we were disappointed and went home.

“We need to focus on improving as a team. We have decided more goals and created opportunities. You felt you should have dominated the game and won. . “

United’s pain was exacerbated by a thigh injury to Paul Pogba, an informal midfielder who dragged in the first half after appearing to have pulled something when making a simple pass.

“It looks like a muscle injury, so I need to check him out tomorrow, scan it and get treatment,” Solskger told MUTV. “Hopefully he will recover soon.”

Everton manager Carlo Ancelotti was pleased with the efforts of his team and emphasized that they were punching beyond their weight to compete for the top four finishes.

“It was like a win, but it’s only one point,” he said, after the result moved his side above Chelsea to sixth with 37 points, then picked up the game and scored three points to fourth-placed Liverpool. I said late.

“We played against one of the best players in the Premier League. We are not at the same level, but we can compete against our qualities. I am proud of my team I am.

“I was shy in the first half, but it deserves it. I played more courageously in the second half. I attacked and moved forward. In the end, I deserved to score points.”

– Soccer Sports

Manchester United kick “clenching teeth” in Everton’s second half goal Manchester United kick “clenching teeth” in Everton’s second half goal

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