Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has launched yet another insipid display of defence much like his team after yet another miserable Manchester United performance.
“We can talk about performance but it’s results that matter. You can talk about results, I can talk about six out of seven good performances.
“West Ham, we know, was below par [losing 2-0] but it wasn’t as bad as you lot made it out to be.”
“We didn’t get out of the blocks quickly enough at the start of the second half.
“It felt like Arsenal were the more proactive until they scored their goal. I felt we could get a goal at the end and we sent men forward.
“I’ve been in that situation as a player when you come off and think you could have got more out of a game but we’ll learn from this.”
“Ashley [Young] certainly holds his hand up,” Solskjaer said. “He looks straight at the linesman and maybe hesitates when he could have got a block in. That probably would have helped David [de Gea] but it is no consolation. It’s a perfectly good goal for them, the linesman probably should have kept the flag down.”