Manchester manager Solskjaer was obviously pleased with his side’s 1-1 draw against Liverpool on Sunday. The Red Devils were under pressure to deliver a perfect result against an in-form Jurgen Klopp’s men who are yet to taste defeat this season.
The underdogs opened the scoring in the 36th minute via Marcus Rashford’s effort after an in-swinging cross from summer signing Daniel James.
The Old Trafford outfit were just five minutes from recording a famous victory over their longtime rivals when Adam Lallana put the ball behind De Gea to help his team earned a draw.
Speaking after the game, Solskjaer singled out former Swansea midfielder Daniel James for praise following his awesome showing against the Reds.
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“He’s brave, he gets kicked, gets up again, gets kicked, gets up again, and he must be a nightmare to play against when he gets this type of space and the boy has been a delight to work with and he and Marcus played really well today.”
Since his move to the Theatre of Dreams in the summer, the young England star has been sensational for the team despite the club’s poor run of results.
James definitely has a bright future ahead of him and he could be the creative player the midfield is lacking in recent months.