Ole Gunnar Solskjaer spoke to BT Sport after Manchester United’s dramatic win over Brighton.
After being asked to sum up United’s 3-2 win over Graham Potter’s side, the advertising board stood behind Solskjaer was blown over by a gust of wind, brining even more drama to BT Sport’s coverage of the match.
The Manchester United manager laughed off the falling advertising board but continuing to say United ‘got away with it’ today after another average performance.
Solskjaer praises his players for showing character and for finding a fix to a problem that ate away at them last summer – drawing games – as well as David de Gea for stopping Leandro Trossard scoring late in the game.
They kept going even after conceding an equaliser in the 95th minute.
Solskjaer agrees that there is plenty of work to do because United need to improve a lot.
Moreover, he suggested that it’s a good job Jose Mourinho wasn’t in attendance because he would have wanted to move the goal-posts.
We can only assume that is in reference to Mourinho’s dig at Fernandes for scoring lots of penalties.
Watch the post-match interview below, footage courtesy of BT Sport:
Drama is following Solskjaer everywhere 😂
The Man Utd boss got a fright during his chat with @TheDesKelly after Brighton gave his team a fight on the pitch.
Some pluses, but work to be done for Man Utd. pic.twitter.com/Sul9cspWQN
— Football on BT Sport (@btsportfootball) September 26, 2020