- Solskjaer was on the receiving end shortly after leading Man United to a 3-0 win over Tottenham
- A section of fans was understood to have interrupted the Man United manager's post-match interview
- However, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer saw the funny side of it and shut down one brilliantly with grace and style
- Man United's crucial win fired them to fifth on the log with 17 points from 10 matches
Despite masterminding a vital win at Tottenham Hotspur, Man United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was not spared by a section of fans who abused him as he had his post-match interview.
Solskjaer has been a man under siege in recent weeks after leading United to a string of poor performances that saw them drop out of the top four.
The 5-0 defeat in the hands of Liverpool at Old Trafford left the Norwegian under growing pressure to quit.
But even as he faced an uncertain future, Ole still managed to lead his team to a thrilling win at Tottenham on Saturday, October 30.
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Goals from Cristiano Ronaldo, Edinson Cavani, and Marcus Rashford handed United a crucial victory to ease pressure on their manager.
Ole on the receiving end
However, a section of fans who turned up to cheer the team in north London were still not contented with the win as they shouted down Solskjaer as he had his post-match interview with MUTV.
Metro UK reports the tactician saw the funny side of the abuse and brilliantly shut down an unwanted heckler.
"Can I do this interview and then you can abuse me after, eh?!’ Solskjaer fired back with a smile on his face.
Speaking on United's recent form, Ole admitted "it has been a difficult week" but insisted he is doing everything within his means to turn around his side's fortunes.
Solskjaer snubs Ronaldo, names Scott McTominay as man-of-the-match against Tottenham
Earlier, Legit.ng reported that Man United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has singled out Scott McTominay for praise after his side's 3-0 huge win over Tottenham Hotspur on Saturday, October 30.
Man United used the London trip to bring their woeful run of form to a halt in a match that saw Cristiano Ronaldo score and assist.
The result was a perfect response to the Red Devils' worrying form that saw them suffer a 5-0 loss against rivals Liverpool last weekend.
Ronaldo was named the man of the match following his spectacular goal and brilliant play in the build-up to Edinson Cavani's effort in the second period of the match.
However, Solskjaer contends McTominay was his side's standout player, claiming the Scot was unplayable.