Ole Gunnar Solskjaer responds to Roy Keane slamming David De Gea.
Steven Bergwijn opened the scoring in the first half with an excellent solo goal, although his well-struck shot was straight at De Gea.
But United equalised in the second half through Bruno Fernandes’ penalty to earn a point in north London. Keane slammed De Gea at half-time, claiming that he would have been ‘swinging punches’ at the Spaniard in the dressing room for his error.
When asked about De Gea’s error after the game, Solskjaer replied: “The boy hit it really well. The ball moves.”
“Roy was a fantasic midfielder, he’s a good friend of mine and I’m not sure he would’ve stopped it either. But that’s not the point.”
“David is a bit disappointed with it, obviously. But if you see it the ball was moving through the air.”
Credit: Metro Football