Solskjaer admits he’s upset with what Manchester United did against West Ham

Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has revealed he wasn’t happy with Manchester United’s wastefulness in front of goal against West Ham.

Manchester United beat West Ham 1-0 to progress to the quarter-finals of the FA Cup and Solskjaer insists it should have been more.

Solskjaer said: “I think we got about 15 to 17 shots in the end but we need to be more clinical.

“We should’ve finished the game off earlier and finished in 90 minutes but sometimes it doesn’t happen.

“Especially in the second half, I thought we struggled. First half, we have two or three big moments.

“Mason [Greenwood] had one when Anthony [Martial] laid it off, Victor Lindelof’s header that deflected, good save by the keeper. Alex [Telles] put a ball in for Donny [van de Beek] who couldn’t get a clean strike.

“So, first half, I think we dominated and controlled. Second half, not so happy with that one. After we scored, we should have scored two or three more, we’re too wasteful and we should have controlled the game more.”

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