Manchester United manager, Olé Gunnar Solskjaer, has insisted his side were below their best when they took on West Brom on Saturday night.
The Red Devils had more of the ball, and nicked a 1-0 victory to record their second successive win in the Premier League this season, thanks to a Bruno Fernandes penalty.
However, the Norwegian insists he didn’t see the same amount of spirit and hunger he saw in his boys in the 3-1 smashing of Everton before the international break.
He told BT Sport, “It [the West Bromwich Albion outing] is definitely not a step forward performance-wise.
“We played really well against Everton, that’s a performance I was really happy with. But, this one was way below par”.
While Solskjaer may have a point in saying the performance could have been better, we believe getting the win was everything, and the boys did that.
The season is getting more serious now, and it’s important to win in whatever way you can.