Manchester united manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer admits his team have a problem with the way they start games after an early strike cost them the game on Wednesday night against Westharm.
The Hammers foud the net at the 9th minute thanks to Emmanuel Lanzini's goal.Former Red Devils manager David Moyes side booked a in the 4th round of the Carabao cup.
Manchester United went on and had a better game in the later stages but couldn't find a breakthrough and the early strike from Lanzini cost them a place in the competition.
United went behind to Westharm at the London stadium in premier league day agobut managed to bounce back and won 2-1 and keep their unbeated start to the premier league campaign.
Manchester United Manager recognises the way start games is a problem and it is something they have to work on if yhey are to challange for trophies this season.
‘That is something we have to address and we do address. I wasn’t very pleased with the start at all, no'.
‘The response was great again but we can’t find ourselves in these situations and expect to get the wins that we have done, fantastically in the last year and a half.
‘We need to start games better.’
The Red devils will be looking to bounce back and keep their unbeaten run on surtaday as they host Aston Villa.
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