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2 Reasons Why Ole Solskjaer Should Not Be Blamed For Manchester United Defeat Against Leceister

Manchester United faced Leceister City yesterday for the eighth game in their premier league game schedule. Manchester United produced an awful performance and Leceister City won the match 4-2.

Manchester United opened the goalscoring chart with a wonderful strike from Mason Greenwood, Youri Tielemans scored the equalizing goal for Leceister City before the halftime break. During the second half, Soyuncu scored the second goal for Leceister City to put them ahead. Marcus Rashford scored the second goal for Manchester United to level it up in the 82nd minutes, but Jamie Vardy grabbed another goal for Leceister City some minutes later and Patson Daka scored the last goal for Leceister City.

A lot of Manchester United fans blamed Ole Gunner Solskjaer for the defeat, but Ole Solskjaer is not the right person to be blamed for the defeat. Here are the 3 reasons he should not be blamed for the defeat:

1. Players been unfit: some Manchester United players are unfit for the game Leceister City but Ole Gunner Solskjaer had no choice but to force them into the playing squad, with the likes of Harry Maguire, Luke Shaw. Fans should not expect Ole Solskjaer to start EricBailly and Alex Telles in a game like that because they are not capable of stopping the Leceister City attack from scoring.

2. The Players should be blamed: Ole Gunner Solskjaer started a strong side against Leceister City but the players did not produce an impressive performance. The likes of Harry Maguire, Paul Pogba played awfully and it led to the defeat yesterday.

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