Solskjaer sorry for smiling after Watford defeat

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has expressed disappointment in the way things have gone for Manchester United in the past couple of weeks.

The Red Devils are on what could easily pass as our worst run in recent memory, after suffering a 4-1 defeat to a relegation-threatened Watford side.

United have now lost five out of our last seven games, and trail league leaders, Chelsea by a mind-boggling 12 points.

Speaking after the game, Solskjaer, who has seen his role as Man United manager come under intense scrutiny recently, admitted things were just not going right for the team at the moment. The United boss who usually wears a smile, apologised for smiling after the game.

The Norwegian replied, when asked if the players were not in the right frame of mind, “Sorry for the smiling. That’s human beings. I’ve got to say all these lads, top players, when it’s not going for you, it’s going against you.

“It’s hard to play with that… mental break. We come out, nothing to lost, score a good goal, create chances but it was not enough.”