(Video) Solskjaer blasts Son for conning referee after United’s victory over Spurs

Late goals by Edinson Cavani and Mason Greenwood sealed Manchester United a 3-1 comeback win against Tottenham Hotspur. Fred’s equaliser after the break got the ball rolling for the Reds.

The Uruguayan striker also had a goal controversially ruled out in the first half before Son Heung-min eventually got back on his feet to score at the other end, with Tottenham’s first shot on target.

Solskjaer claimed Son “conned” the officials by staying down for so long after minimal contact from United midfielder Scott McTominay.

“If my son stays down like this for three minutes… if he gets that in the face, if he needs 10 mates to help him up he won’t get any food,” Solskjaer told Sky Sports, as quoted by the Irish Independent.

“And just like before, they are conned. We weren’t conned, the referee was.

“The game is gone, absolutely gone, if that’s a clear and obvious error.

“If it’s a clear and obvious error that he’s been told to look at it. It’s a perfectly good goal.

“That kick-started us though. I know we conceded a goal straight afterwards, but the performance afterwards was so much better.”

Footage courtesy of Sky Sports:

United were much better in the second half.

We were arguably the better side in the first half, too, but Solskjaer’s men really dominated after the interval.

Read more: (Video) Greenwood scores winner as United tear Spurs to shreds

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  1. Son new the game would be difficult so he wanted to do this to make man utd play ten men for them to take advantage.

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