Solskjaer under fire in English press: Why doesnt Van de Beek come in?

Manchester Unit manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is under attack in England. In the lost Champions League squatter against Paris Saint-Germain (1-3), the Norwegian did not intervene when Fred was emphatically flirting with a red card. Donny van de Beek stayed on the couch for a long time.

Fred headbutted PSG midfielder Leandro Paredes in the first half. For incomprehensible reasons, referee Daniele Orsato decided to give a yellow card after a VAR intervention. A little later, the Brazilian midfielder escaped his second yellow card, after which it went wrong in the seventeenth minute. โ€œI told him in peace to be smart,โ€ said Solskjaer after rest. โ€œThere was no reason to switch him.โ€

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The critical media in England think completely differently: Solskjaer‘s decision not to take Fred off the field for his red card can count on a lot of criticism. ‘Man Utd boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer made awful decision in PSG Champions League defeat‘, headlines The Express.
โ€œSolskjaer’
s decision not to change Fred in peace turned out fatal. The red card of Fred can not be left out. The fact that he escaped twice was a miracle, but three times was the right to ship. Solskjaer should have intervened with the frustrated Brazilian, especially knowing that Van de Beek and Pogba were sitting on the couch. So Solskjaer just had alternatives, so why didn‘t they take in? In the end, he paid a high price for it.โ€

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Ole Gunnar Solskjaer should have played referee and taken Fred off, ‘says The Telegraph. Tabloid The Sun thinks that way too. ‘The happiness of Solskjaer is running out, ‘is the conclusion. ‘Van de Beek, Pogba and Matic were warm, but none of them were allowed to fill in for Fred from Solskjaer, ‘writes The Manchester Evening News. And The Independent: ‘Even at a 1-1 stand and with Van de Beek and Pogba on the bench, Solskjaer kept his powder dry. This allowed a line through a possible United-comeback.
In BT Sport’
s studio, Michael Owen, former striker of Liverpool, Real Madrid and Manchester United, among others, worked hard for Fred. โ€œOnly mistakesโ€, he points with the accusing finger at Fred and Solskjaer. โ€œCome on, you‘re a grown man. Why are you putting your team in such danger? If I were Fred’s manager, he wouldn‘t play anymore. It’s really pathetic.โ€

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