Manchester United manager, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has refused to blame goalkeeper, David De Gea, after he committed another blunder in Red Devils’ 2-0 defeat to Manchester City on Wednesday in the Premier League derby.
Goals from Bernardo Silva and Leroy Sane gave Pep Guardiola’s side all three points against Man United at Old Trafford.
De Gea was beaten at his near post by Man City forward Leroy Sane’s 66th-minute strike just three days after he conceded save-able shots from Everton stars, Gylfi Sigurdsson and Lucas Digne at Goodison Park.
The 28-year-old also committed a mistake against Barcelona captain, Lionel Messi in their Champions League quarter-final second leg 3-0 defeat to Ernesto Valverde’s men.
When asked about De Gea’s mistake in Man United’s defeat to City, Solskjaer said he was more concerned about his side’s lack of result instead of blaming anyone.
“I’m concerned about the lack of results that we get,” Solskjaer was quoted by Mirror UK as saying at post-match.
“And in times like these, it’s not time to point fingers at anyone or blame anyone.
“We’ve got to stick together and the strange reality is we’re still in with a shout for top four.”