- Brighton vs Man United has been described as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer as an extraordinary game of football
- The Norwegian boss admitted that his team started slowly and only reacted when the went behind at the AMEX Stadium
- The Red Devils earned their first three points of the season after losing to Crystal Palace on the opening day
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer finally got his first win in the Premier League in the unlikeliest of fashion after a dramatic end to the game at Brighton.
Man United were awarded a penalty kick after referee Chris Kavanagh the final whistle and from the replay, Harry Maguire's header came off Neal Maupay's hand.
The game was restarted and the spot-kick was converted through Bruno Fernandes in the 100th minute as the Red Devils won their first three points of the season.
After the game, United boss Solskajer admitted it was an extraordinary way to earn his first win of the season.
The Norwegian boss told the BBC:
"It's just the ups and downs in football and sometimes it defies logic and how the game ended I've never seen that before."
Speaking on the penalty Solskjaer added:
"Everyone knows the rules. The hand ball was before he blew the whistle before he (referee) was right to pull it back.
"It was a hand ball and I'm very pleased with the reaction our players showed after they scored but you can easily lie down on the floor playing a 2-2 draw and I'm pleased with that."
Solskjaer also admitted the lapses in his team after failed to have a grasp of the game in the first half.
"We didn't play well until they scored and that's another thing I'm happy with. We reacted when they scored and we don't have to react.
"We need to learn that we should start the game better, of course, its morning kick off but we were way off. We have been way off."
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Marcus Rashford has received massive support from Man United fans after a troll told him to focus on his football rather than his feeding campaign for school children.
The Red Devils' striker has fed millions of children who can not afford food all through the year and his latest efforts are directed at providing vulnerable kids free school meals during half-term.
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