Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is concerned that the referee will hesitate to penalize Cristiano Ronaldo after Manchester United defeat West Ham.
The five-time Ballon d’Or winner was denied two spot kicks by referee Martin Atkinson in his final Red Devils victory at London Stadium last Sunday.
The Norwegian Solskger hopes it will not be a recurring theme this season and has declared:
“I hope Cristiano Ronaldo is not without a penalty.”
United ran out of 2-1 winners thanks to David de Gear’s stoptime penalty saves, which failed to save the 21 spot kicks they had faced so far.
Solskjaer praised the Spaniards and told MUTV:
“He came back with a desire to show who he was, focused, really determined and back. It’s his 11 seasons and we never stop believing in him. It’s important that he knows that too.
“He came before the season and said,’I know I’m supposed to take a break, but I want to go home early.’ It only shows his determination. “
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