Why Solskjaer blames Cavani and Rashford for 1-1 draw against West Brom

Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was disappointed with the performance of his strikers after they failed to find a winner in the 1-1 draw against West Brom on Sunday.

The Red Devils were behind in the opening minutes of the games when Baggies striker Mbaye Diagne headed past David De Gea to give his side an early lead.

But Bruno Fernandes levelled before half-time with an exquisite volley to bring us back into the game, but we failed to score again to collect all three points.

Despite good forward play in the opposition box, the United strikers failed to capitalize on the chances created to help us win the game.

“You don’t do enough to win if you don’t get the finish or last pass off,” said Solskjaer.

“Mason Greenwood flashed the ball across the goal, someone should be there.

“They call me a tap-in merchant. We should have been there.”

The draw means we have picked up just 10 points from our last seven Premier League matches.

Currently, we are seven points adrift of league leaders Manchester City who have a game in hand.

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