Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has made a decision on the penalty taker for the team after Marcus Rashford missed a second half penalty during the league game against Crystal Palace at the weekend.
Marcus Rashford missed a second half penalty during the game against the Eagles at Old Trafford and it proved to be very costly as his team lost 2-1 thus suffering the first league defeat of the season.
In his reaction to the penalty miss from Marcus Rashford, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer said that the England international forward will continue to take penalties for Manchester United.
Crystal Palace had not won any game before the clash with Manchester United on Saturday evening.
The Eagles had picked up just one solitary point in their first two league games of the season after the 0-0 draw with visitors Everton in their Premier League opener and the 1-0 loss to hosts Sheffield United.
Jordan Ayew scored the only goal of the first half of the game before the penalty miss from Rashford in the second half.
Daniel James scored the equalizer for Manchester United in the final ten minutes of the game before Patrick Van Aanholt pounced on the mistake from Paul Pogba and David De Gea to take the points for Crystal Palace.