Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer would have been hoping for a positive performance when his side faced QPR in a pre-season clash on Saturday.
United had started pre-season with a 2-1 win over Derby, and Solskjaer would have expected more in the team’s second game.
The game started on a bright note with Jesse Lingard scoring the opener inside the first three minutes. United’s lead didn’t last long as the London side equalised four minutes later and went on to score three more goals.
Anthony Elanga scored a consolation goal in the second half, as the game ended 4-2.
Speaking after the game, Solskjaer admitted that his side must improve in certain aspects of the game.
“We need to improve on every little aspect of the game,” he said after shipping four goals against QPR. ‘We know there’s loads of things we can improve on.
“Defensively we conceded too many goals, set-plays is an area that we’re working on. And of course always you never say a team is complete.
“It’s always dynamic, and there’s always moving parts, and we’ve got to be ready all the time for the changes in the game, or changes if there’s an injury or anything we need doing in the squad.”