Ole Gunnar Solskjaer involved over Scott McTominay harm, unworried about Harry Maguire
Manchester United supervisor Ole Gunnar Solskjaer mentioned accidents to Scott McTominay and Harry Maguire.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer confirmed Scott McTominay suffered an ankle harm in Manchester United’s win over Partizan Belgrade, whereas he performed down considerations over Harry Maguire.
United booked their spot within the Europa League final 32 because of Thursday’s 3-Zero win, which got here because of targets from Mason Greenwood, Anthony Martial and Marcus Rashford.
McTominay got here off through the second half of the victory on account of an ankle harm, whereas Maguire was additionally a fear.
However whereas he has fewer worries about Maguire, United supervisor Solskjaer confirmed some considerations surrounding McTominay.
“I feel Harry will probably be okay. He completed the sport anyway,” he advised MUTV.
“Scott is extra of a priority, so let’s see how he recovers within the subsequent few days.
“He mentioned he was going to be okay out on the pitch and he mentioned ‘I’ll be superb’. He’s powerful, however he needed to come off.
“I hope he’ll recuperate for Sunday, however I don’t know. Inside his ankle. I feel he went over on his ankle.”
Sitting 10th within the Premier League desk, United host Brighton and Hove Albion on Sunday.
The win over Partizan gave Solskjaer’s males a lift and the efficiency of his younger assault that includes Greenwood, Rashford and Martial was notably pleasing for the supervisor.
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“Nicely finished to Mason for a really, very calm end. He was composed and waited for the keeper. The second was from Anthony and was most likely the ability of the evening.
“Then it was nice to see Marcus ending together with his left foot. He’ll get into these positions very often in a sport. For him to go on the surface, on his left, it isn’t nice for defenders to see.
“It’s good for us as a result of he can go inside on his proper after which end together with his left.”