Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer paid tribute to opponents West Ham United after their Premier League clash at Old Trafford on Saturday evening.
The Red Devils were fortunate to win the game according to Solskjaer who spoke to reporters about the game which ended in a 2-1 victory for Manchester United.
During his post-match press conference, the former Red Devils striker said that the Hammers were the better side and that they created better chances than his team.
Solskjaer went on to say that Manchester United didn’t deserve the win just like their last home game against Watford (ended in a 2-1 win for his team) and that it balances out at the end of the season as he went on to point out that Manchester United played well against Arsenal and Wolverhampton Wanderers away from home but didn’t get anything for their troubles.
Paul Pogba was the star of the show for Manchester in their win over the Hammers after he scored two goals from the penalty spot either side of the halftime interval and the 49th-minute goal scored by Hammers winger Felipe Anderson.
The first Pogba penalty came after Robert Snodgrass fouled Juan Manuel Mata in the box while the second spot-kick was awarded for a foul on Anthony Martial by West Ham United substitute Ryan Fredericks.