Manchester United head coach, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, has called out his players after their 2-2 draw with Burnley on Tuesday.
Goals from Ashley Barnes and Chris Wood for Burnley were not enough to give them victory after Paul Pogba and Victor Lindelof gave their side a point against the visitors.
Solskjaer while reacting to his side’s draw did not blame an individual play but stated that the error was a team mistake.
When asked if he regretted playing Andreas Pereira, who came in for Ander Herrera, Solskjaer said; “No. It was the right decision to make. We had a couple of niggles and unfortunately, he’s involved in the first goal but that’s the whole team.
“We played our way into trouble there. Instead of starting off with a forward pass we played it back to the keeper so that’s just another thing we have to learn from.”
“It’s a learning process every game you play, and for me as well learning about the players when we went 1-0 down, and then 2-0 down, but we still came back to get a point which was brilliant.
“Andreas will be better off for having this experience so no problem about that.”
“I thought we could have got the third as well as, we could have, there was a nice block on either Alexis [Sanchez] or Marcus [Rashford], I can’t remember.
“You never give up, that’s just the DNA here. Disappointed not to get the three points but fantastically happy with the comeback.”