Following Manchester United defeat in the Manchester derby against Manchester City on Wednesday, the club’s coach, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, has refused to blame David De Gea who committed a blunder during the match.
Manchester City defeated the Red Devils with goals from Bernardo Silva and Leroy Sane in the second half of the match at Old Trafford.
Recall that De Gea commited a blunder against Everton player, Gylfi Sigurdsson and Lucas Digne at Goodison Park.
He also committed a mistake against Barcelona superstar, Lionel Messi during their Champions League quarter final match.
Solskjaer when asked about the performance of De Gea he stated that he is more concerned about the performance of the club than blame anyone.
Solskjaer was quoted by Mirror UK as saying, “I’m concerned about the lack of results that we get,”
“And in times like these, it’s not time to point fingers at anyone or blame anyone.”
“We’ve got to stick together and the strange reality is we’re still in with a shout for top four.”