Manchester United head coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has expressed his views about the job that football referees do.
After the ball hit the hand of midfielder Callum Hudson-Odoi in the first half of the 26th round of the EPL match against Chelsea (0-0), head referee Stuart Attwell decided not to award a penalty against the Londoners.
“You know, the way things work in football is that you just move on to the next match. Situations like that carry a lot of pressure and we just have to accept the referees’ decisions,” the coach told Sky Sports.
“We move on. After the match, I was completely focused on the Crystal Palace game, so I didn’t look back at that situation at all.”
“I think the job of referees is very tough even without additional pressure. We can only wish them to make as many good and correct decisions as possible.”