Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer summed up the Premier League match between Manchester United and Chelsea in the 26th round.
After the ball struck midfielder Callum Hudson-hand Odoi’s in the first half, the match’s chief referee, Stuart Attwell, chose not to give a penalty to the Londoners.
“It was a penalty, one hundred percent. If this is the natural position of the hand, then I must be blind.
We decided to come out on top. Apart from our actions at their target, we exerted a lot of pressure, worked hard, and played willingly in general. De Gea made a brilliant save, and we were able to complete the game without conceding any goals.
However, the consistency of our ball work let us down. The game was dumb, just poor in the first half. But, though we performed admirably at times and even produced a few opportunities, it wasn’t enough.
I think we did a great job in defense,” Solskjaer said.