Ole Gunnar Solskjaer admits the one thing that Manchester United are missing

Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer admits that his side have lost their killer instinct. United started the new Premier League campaign with a 4-0 victory over Chelsea, however, in the second round, they held a 1-1 draw Wolves. In the third round, Solskjaer’s side lost to Crystal Palace with a score of 2-1 and again held a 1-1 draw this time with Southampton. Solskjaer said: “I would have been really worried if we as a team conceded chance after chance after chance. We don’t. Crystal Palace had two last week and scored two. “Southampton had one instance in 10 seconds in which they created two chances. A corner then the next cross. Those were the two chances we conceded. “The last three games, we know we deserved to win all three. That doesn’t give us any comfort in the table. But it does give us comfort that we know we’re doing the right things, we’re on the right track. “With the players we’ve got here right now, what’s happening on the training ground, the preparation before games – everything has been spot-on. We’ll stick at it and we’ll get the results we deserve in the end. “Of course the players hurt after results like this. There’s a few words being said, as it should be, in the dressing room. But you can’t control results. You can only control the effort, and that we’re all pulling in the same direction and we are.”

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