Ole Gunnar Solskjaer explains why Manchester United drew at Leicester

Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has opened up over his side's 2-2 draw with Leicester on Saturday. The Red Devils took the lead twice at the King Power Stadium through Marcus Rashford and Bruno Fernandes. However, they were forced to settle for a point, with Harvey Barnes and Jamie Vardy on target for the Foxes. Solskjaer has rued his side’s failure to defend late on, complaining their failure to finish off their chances ultimately held them back. "Disappointed that we don't win - loads of big chances and we could have finished it off, but they're a very dangerous side,” he said. "One point is not the worst result but we're disappointed we didn't get three. "Both goals should’ve been closed down quicker. First goal, definitely, second one as well, down the side, we should’ve managed to stop the cross. “You always look to the goals conceded that we could’ve, should’ve done better.” Source- Daily and Sunday Express Join us on Telegram!

Premier League: Leicester City 2-2 Manchester United


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