Manchester United failed to topple their city rivals Manchester City on the top spot as they lost to bottom side Sheffield United 2-1 at Old Trafford on Wednesday evening.
After the game, here is what Ole Gunnar Solskjaer said about their loss against the Blades.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer on BBC Sport: “Disappointed, we couldn’t get to the heights of the last few months’ football we played. Very disappointing, we couldn’t find a solution to their very compact block and good defence.
“Two wrong decisions, that’s how it is, it’s that kind of season, inconsistent and the referee missed those two.
“That little spark, that edge, we didn’t have that extra creativity, imagination, the X factor we’ve had – it’s happened, we look at it, agree it is not good enough and go again.
“We conceded a poor goal, lost the ball cheaply up the pitch, didn’t get back in and tackle, didn’t clear our lines and didn’t get out to the ball quick enough and we were punished.
“There is no time to feel sorry for yourself because Saturday you go again, we have Arsenal, we have to forget this, learn from it and move on.”