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Manchester United: Fans rage as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer admits his side were ‘lucky’ in Villa draw

Manchester United: Fans rage as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer admits his side were ‘lucky’ in Villa draw

Loads of Man United fans have been left furious after Ole Gunnar Solskjaer admitted Jack Grealish’s goal ‘knocked us a bit emotionally’ in Sunday’s clash with Aston Villa.

According to @utdreport, Solskjaer made the rather startling admission immediately after the full-time whistle on Sunday.

The Red Devils bounced back from Grealish’s stunning early strike, with Marcus Rashford forcing an own goal on the cusp of half-time before Victor Lindelof put the hosts in front after the break.

Tyrone Mings answered almost immediately though, and the match petered out to a 2-2 draw.

Solskjaer’s side managed just six shots on target in the entire match, with a particularly woeful performance in the first half leaving the 20-time champions of England a rather ridiculous 22 points behind Liverpool.

Given the lofty ambitions fans still have in the red half of Manchester, their manager’s comment that his side were ‘lucky’ to be drawing with a newly-promoted side at half-time has understandably left fans fuming.

You can find some of the best Twitter reactions down below…

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