Former Manchester United striker, Michael Owen, has disagreed with supervisor, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s feedback following the Crimson Devils’ Premier League conflict with Chelsea final weekend.
Man United and Chelsea performed a 0-0 draw on Sunday night time at Stamford Bridge, with each golf equipment having just a few possibilities through the match.
After the sport, Solskjaer had claimed that Man United delivered an virtually “good away efficiency” in opposition to Thomas Tuchel’s facet.
Reacting to Solskjaer’s feedback, Owen informed Sky Sports activities forward of Man United’s away Premier League conflict with Crystal Palace on Wednesday night time, “Defensively, power, utility, perspective, urgent. Spot on.
“With the ball, we weren’t adequate. Not sufficient high quality. We didn’t create the probabilities we hoped for.
“If we scored on that breakaway when it was two in opposition to one, that’s the good away efficiency. Or should you get the penalty.”
The end result in opposition to Chelsea means Man United are within the second place on the Premier League desk with 12 factors behind leaders Manchester Metropolis.