Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has blamed his Manchester United players for giving the ball away too easily after their slender 1-0 win against West Ham United on Sunday.
Solskjaer said that United like making things difficult for themselves after the win that took them back to second place in the league table one point above Leicester City.
It was Liam Dawson’s own goal off Scott McTominay’s header early into the second half that gave the Red Devils all three points at Old Trafford.
“In the first 15 minutes, we gave the ball away every time we attacked,” the Norwegian told Sky Sports after the game.
“We could have been more comfortable towards the end as we had a few decent chances to finish it off. We like to make it hard for ourselves!
“We created massive opportunities but the final pass or shot wasn’t good enough. We could have [scored] two or three easily,” he added.
Manchester United will have a busy week with Europa League second leg tie away to AC Milan on Thursday and FA Cup game on Sunday against Leicester City.