Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has revealed his frustration with Manchester United’s lack of quality during big games.
The Red Devils again, failed to find a winning goal against a side in the top six of the Premier League this season, after playing out a goalless draw against Chelsea at Stamford Bridge.
United’s best chances of the game were limited to blocked efforts and a few direct shots at Édouard Mendy, which the Chelsea goalkeeper kept away well.
The result leaves United now trailing Manchester City by 12 points, and that has left Solskjaer feeling disappointed.
In his post-match interview with Sky Sports, the Norwegian said: “With the ball, not enough quality, didn’t create the chances we hoped for. Mason’s done really well, Marcus has scored plenty, and I think you can see why Dan James played, absolutely top. So today we decided on those 3, and Anthony will definitely keep playing for us and score goals.
“Towards the end you’re pushing players forward, want to get that winning goal. Clean sheet is the foundation. Loads of clean sheets against top sides, but we need to find the goal.”