Manchester United manager, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has come out to defend the performance of Donny van de Beek vs West Ham in the FA Cup. This is coming after Mark Hughes revealed that the Dutchman’s slow start to life at the club is because his teammates do not trust him.
According to Ole, Van De Beek played very well in the first half and he created lots of spaces for the Red Devils to penetrate.
He added that the entire team did not perform well in the 2nd half, so he had to take the Holland international off to make necessary changes.
His words, “I thought in the first half, we and Donny played really well.”
“We created spaces and he was part of that. He did his job neat and tidy, had a half chance. In the second half, the whole team fell off a little bit and we just wanted to make a few changes.”
“Mason did really well,”
“He played well managing his minutes, played the last three [games]. Anthony [Martial] played a game the other week and we wanted him to complete the game.”
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