Manchester United manager, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has come out to say that Edinson Cavani was never close to being sent off for a clash with Yerry Mina during Manchester United’s 2-0 Carabao Cup win over Everton.
Ole recently revealed that he feels the official made the right decision to not produce a card.
According to him, both South Americans have had a few battles before, espeically during Copa America qualifiers, and he absolutely enjoyed the game filled with fans, tackles, yellow cards and chances at both ends.
He added that Cavani’s goal was not bad and he is a top striker, but he should have scored in the first half.
Her words, “Two South Americans that have had a few battles before, they met in Copa America qualifiers so no, this was a proper game of football with fans, tackles, yellow cards and chances at both ends. I enjoyed it,”
On the goal from Cavani, “Not bad,”
“But maybe the three he should have scored in the first half.
“He’s a top striker, the movement, the quality and the left-foot strike was excellent.”
On the game, “It was a good start,”
“The first 20-25 minutes we were excellent. We should have been maybe one, two or three up but Robin Olsen made some good saves and kept them in the game.
“Second half we dominated.
“It went there and back, attacking and defending, but you are always confident if the game opens up with the pace we put on.
“We know that when we defend well we have players to win games. The spirit in the camp is good; winning gives you energy.”