"When you see the boys work as hard as they do, the attitude they show in training - today we were lethargic in the first 10-15 minutes, did not have the zip and we did not take the chances".
Solskjaer, who tasted domestic defeat for the first time since his appointment as caretaker manager in December, saw both Romelu Lukaku and Fred hit the woodwork. "I am happy with our supporters today but I think we need to deal with this aspect".
"We are disappointed with the result but looking at the performance, you can not say it was a game we deserved to lose". In the remaining eight games we have a fairly straight-forward run in which we should pick up the majority of points available, although Watford and Wolves away will prove tricky especially with our away form still being patchy for the most part.
The Manchester United number one seemed to be completely bamboozled by a speculative looking effort from Granit Xhaka, moving to the left before helplessly watching the ball sail into the right side of his goal. "The manager gave me the time and when I got the chance, I played good, so he said, "you will stay in goal". We are going to play some hard games but it is important we are consistent".
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Catherine, from Witney, Oxfordshire, has been travelling since September past year and was reported missing on March 5. The hotel said Catherine had been recorded on CCTV leaving at 1.37am on Tuesday carrying a musical instrument.
As Arsenal played out the final stages of a hugely significant 2-0 victory over Manchester United to propel themselves back into the Premier League top four, cries of "Tottenham Hotspur we're coming for you" rang out around the Emirates.
Arsenal's small pot for transfers is not going to get bigger if Unai Emery is guiding them into another Europa League campaign, and the focus will be on the new sporting director - very likely to be Monchi - to find bargains rather than spend freely if the Champions League proves out of reach.
In terms of the result, Solskjaer refused to blame De Gea for not keeping out Xhaka's curling effort, instead questioning why his defence afforded the Switzerland global so much room.
"I knew that I made a mistake when I shot last week. It's one of those things".