Manchester United manager, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has come out to hail Jesse Lingard for silencing critics vs West Ham. He recently revealed that he was happy to see the Englishman respond by scoring the winning goal today.
According to him, Lingard has always been clear about him wanting to fight for his place and be part of a Manchester United team that is going places, and he is pleased with his performances thus far.
Ole added that Jesse is becoming a grown man and he expects him to get better.
His words, “I think today was a good answer! Jesse was quite clear he wants to fight for his place and be part of a Manchester United team that is going places,”
“I can’t speak for Jesse now but he’s really contributing, he’ll play on Wednesday as I’ll make a few changes. So pleased he handles the highs and lows really well.”
“He’s becoming a grown man and is a very good player.”
“I’m so happy for Jesse, he had a tough evening on Tuesday, he knuckled down, he’s a positive lad, so happy for him. A good turn by Jesse, good finish.”
On penalities, “Cristiano should have had two, the first and the third, penalties for me,”
“I think they’re stonewall you can’t even argue them.”
“I think the first one the lad puts his leg up Cristiano runs straight and is fouled. The last one, Paul Pogba had a foul against Kurt Zouma went over him, so why is Cristiano third appeal not a penalty?”
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