Man Utd boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer drops Jesse Lingard hint ahead of West Ham return

Link” href=”https://www.express.co.uk/football/teams/8/manchester-united” rel=”nofollow”>Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has suggested that Jesse Lingard could start against former loan club


Lingard replaced Cristiano Ronaldo with a strange change in less than twenty minutes. He played a major role in the decision.


Young Boys were awarded all three points by United after Ronaldo took an undeserved lead in the first quarter.


After Aaron Wan Bissaka’s full-blooded lunge against Christopher Martins in the second half, momentum changed quickly.


Young Boys equalised through Moumi Nagamaleu. He found the net in 66 minutes. Siebatcheu’s last gasp win condemned United to an embarrassing defeat.


Lingard’s Tuesday night performance was not to be proud. Solskjaer stated after the whistle that he expects Lingard to rebound at the next opportunity.

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Lingard may feature against West Ham on Sunday’s Premier League return. The United boss said this to reporters.


Solskjaer explained that Jesse is not a fan of making mistakes, but that it’s a part and parcel to the game.


We’ll all learn, and he will too. Every footballer, like us humans, makes mistakes.


He’ll get up, and be prepared to face West Ham on Sunday. ”


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Lingard was a star during his six-month stint on loan at London Stadium. This helped the Hammers achieve Europa League qualification.


He contributed nine goals and five assists to the club.


He decided to fight for United’s place, and he did so by staying. However, Tuesday’s evidence suggests that a regular starting position might be too much.


Red Devils skipper Harry Maguire shared Solskjaer’s thoughts after Lingard’s match. He claimed that he would be available to play again Sunday to make amends.

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The England defender said that it was disappointing but football is not perfect. MUTV


We don’t blame Jesse. He tried his best but didn’t succeed. Everyone makes mistakes.


I’m certain that every player who played today on the pitch has committed a wrong goal. Jesse will get up, and be back on the field by Sunday.


We don’t enjoy losing matches, and are disappointed tonight. But, there’s still five more games and we will be trying to win the next match to gain momentum. ”

Publiated at Wed 15 Sep 2021, 10:10:35 +0000

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