Solskjaer pissed off with the sluggish begin when Manchester United had been eradicated from the Carabao Cup
The coach saw his side fall 1-0 to West Ham despite firing 27 shots at Old Trafford on Wednesday night
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was frustrated with another slow start for Manchester United and the manager said the team's recent problems need to be addressed after the Red Devils were eliminated from the Carabao Cup.
Man Utd were undone by a Manuel Lanzini goal in the ninth minute, just enough for West Ham to beat the hosts in a 1-0 win at Old Trafford, despite Solskjaer's men firing a whopping 27 shots.
The loss is Man Utd's second in three games, having already lost to Young Boys to start the Champions League, and Solskjaer says there is a lot to be fixed in the coming weeks.
What would be said?
"A goal is missing. Another slow start and that needs to be addressed," he told Sky Sports. "They scored a goal and after that we played well for a long time, tried and statistics don't say anything. If you've got 27 shots, the boys tried."
“We built up the pressure, Mason Greenwood came in and had a good one, but sometimes the pressure doesn't work. He left a positive impression, he was fresh and sharp, but it wasn't too late. The last six or seven minutes have been we loved it and they could have scored a few goals. "
He added: "They want to go through, but it's a long season, we've tried well. I can't blame them for their attitude and we have big games ahead of us. It's a long journey all season, we have every one Lot." of the games and keep doing what we do, trying to get results. We're out of this cup, which isn't great, but we'll focus on Saturday. "
Later at his press conference, Solskjaer added: "We were slow for the first 10 minutes and that is something we need to address. I wasn't happy with the start, no, but we can." We are in such situations and expect to win "We have to start the games better."
United face Aston Villa this weekend at Old Trafford, with Solskjaer's side currently topping the Premier League with Chelsea and Liverpool with 13 points from five games.
They will then try to start their Champions League campaign on Wednesday when they host Villarreal