Manchester United manager, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, has said they are losing a lot of points this season, because his players are too nice.
Solskjaer feels his players should have made more of a fuss over their disallowed goal, after officials admitted they made a mistake.
Anthony Martial thought he had equalised against Sheffield United, but the referee adjudged Harry Maguire had fouled Aaron Ramsdale in the build-up.
Solskjaer thinks referee Peter Bankes might have changed his mind, had the players put a little more pressure on him.
“I think whenever a team feels unfairly treated there will be a reaction but human error is.. I have no problem with human error. Absolutely no problem. And I understand why the decisions were made. Unfortunately, they went against us and they were wrong. That’s football for you but that’s maybe what VAR should have been in for. Maybe we should have made more of a fuss about it,” Solskjaer said.
“We are a bunch of nice lads. Maybe we should have really hung on to that or made them look at it before the game started again, so those are things that we have to learn from and use as motivation or energy. You are not going to expect to get anything for free.”