Ole Gunnar Solskjaer believes Manchester United midfield struggled to deal with the rhythm of the match in their weekend win over Wolves.
Wolves had dominated for the majority of the match with great possession in the midfield and a back-to-back counter-attack.
They bossed the midfield not allowing any Manchester United player to dribble past them.
Scott McTominay had been sidelined through an injury which saw United switch to a midfield trio of Fred, Pogba and Bruno Fernandes.
The tactical switch left United light in defensive midfield and Ole Gunnar believes that’s the reason why his men struggled to keep up with the pace of the match.
By Brian Ayatta