Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has been left angered by the racist abuse suffered by one of his players after the league defeat to Crystal Palace on Saturday.
Solskjaer was angry after Marcus Rashford was subjected to racial abuse online in the aftermath of his penalty miss against Crystal Palace on Saturday evening.
Marcus Rashford hit the inside of the post with a second half penalty and that proved to be crucial to the outcome of the game.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer spoke to the media about Marcus Rashford and the racism online after the game.
Solskjaer and Manchester United suffered their first league defeat of the season following the 2-1 loss to Crystal Palace.
It was the first win for Crystal Palace over Manchester United in the Premier League era.
In addition, it was the first win for the Eagles in three decades.
Crystal Palace took a first half lead through Jordan Ayew who pounced on some slack defending from Victor Lindelof.
Manchester United wasted a good opportunity to equalize through the penalty miss from Rashford before Daniel James leveled proceedings through new signing Daniel James in the final five minutes.
Crystal Palace defender Patrick Van Aanholt secured the points for his team in added time.