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Post-match press conference: Ole Gunnar Solskjaer v West Ham Utd [video]

Filed: Sunday, 14th April 2019
By: Staff Writer

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer admitted that his team were extremely lucky to come away from Saturday evening's clash with West Ham United with all three points.

The recently-appointed boss admitted that he would have taken a draw against a West Ham side that "played better than us and created more chances", despite falling to a 2-1 defeat - no thanks to the match officials.

And he also praised goalkeeper David De Gea for keeping Man Utd in the game, when making a tremendous save from Michail Antonio's goalbound header.

You may watch Solskjaer's entire post-match press conference in full below.

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