Maguire's goal ruled out sparked a question mark for the team.
ACEHFOOTBALL.net — Ole Gunnar Solskjaer admitted that Manchester United players had appeared emotional, against Burnley, Wednesday (13/1) early days. In the match at Burnley's home, MU won narrowly with a score 1-0.
MU players' emotions began to ignite at the moment Harry Maguire scored in the first half. However, the referee disallowed the goal because it was considered a violation.
According to Solskjaer, Maguire's goal was clean and didn't deserve to be disallowed. ”You have to calm down, and don't get emotional because you can argue in every decision,” said Solskjaer, quoted from MU's official website, Wednesday (13/1).
Solskjaer stated the importance of MU winning in the first half to be able to control the match in the second half. However, with Maguire's goal disallowed, The emotions of the players began to increase because they did not agree with several refereeing decisions on the field. So that, Ole tries to get his players to stay calm and focus on something that can be controlled.
”And we did that. We know we won't get anything for free, we have to get it and we can,” said Ole.
Great pressure on MU players is well known, because three points will make the Red Devil at the top of the standings English Premier League in January. Something that hasn't been felt since Sir Alex Ferguson brought United the league championship on 2013.
Currently, MU is firmly at the top of the standings 36 numbers from 17 laga. The Red Devils are three points ahead of Liverpool in second place with the same number of points.