- Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is not happy with his side's draw against Club Brugge
- The Manchester United coach stated that the ball used was light in the tie
- Solskjaer also complained about that the harsh conditions in Belgium affected his players
Manchester United gaffer Ole Solskjaer has pointed an accusing finger on the ball used in his wards' 1-1 draw against Belgian side Club Brugge in the Europa League.
Although the result of the Europa League knock out first leg clash was a positive result for Manchester United considering the fact that they will have the chance to play the second leg in front of their fans.
But nevertheless, the Red Devils boss claimed that the match ball was light and had an impact on his wards in the encounter in Belgium.
The Norwegian football manager also complained about the harsh conditions, but he really frowned about the ball that was used on the pitch.
Striker Emmanuel Dennis netted the first goal for Club Brugge in which goalkeeper Sergio Romero had no answer for in the tough encounter.
Anthony Martial ensured that Manchester United leave Belgium without a defeat after netting the winner for the Old Trafford landlords.
"A bit sloppy concentration-wise, but the conditions with the pitch and the ball makes it hard,''. Solskjaer explained according to the Daily Mail.
Nigerian attacker Odion Ighalo was also given the chance to enter in the second half as replacement for Anthony Martial, but he was unable to score any goal.
Odion Ighalo played his first match for the Red Devils against Chelsea in a tough Premier League match which the Red Devils won 2-0.
He has now played two games for Manchester United without scoring a goal.
Meanwhile, Solskjaer and his men will now return home to plan for the second leg against Club Brugge with the hopes of qualifying for the next round.
Winning the Europa League title is an automatic qualification for the Champions League and Manchester United will want to do that in case they fail to finish among the top four this season.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Manchester United handler Ole Gunnar Solskjaer made it clear that he believes Nigerian striker Odion Ighalo can provide immediate impact at Old Trafford this season.
Ighalo has been training on his own since he moved to the Red Devils from the Chinese Super League where he scored 10 goals in 17 games before leaving.
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