Watch Ole's post-match press conference
VAR and a potential red card for Palace were two topics of conversation in Solskjaer's post-match press conference...
On the performance... "Well, I think we didn’t have enough urgency and penetration in the first half, until they scored. They never looked like creating anything. We felt maybe too easy, I don’t know, but we needed to change the tempo, as we did in the second half. I thought we were excellent in that respect, creating more pressure on them and more chances, and having more urgency to our game. Of course, you’ve got to hit that target and score goals when you have those moments." On social media abuse... "It is the same as we spoke before the weekend. It’s unheard of and it needs to stop because I’m just lost for words if it keeps going. We keep having all these campaigns about saying no to racism but people are still hiding behind fake identities and it’s just crazy that we talk about this in 2019." On a learning process "Well, we have to learn and we have to learn quickly. In the last two games, we should have got six points out of it. If you look at it as a neutral, if you watch the games, we were two penalty misses from sitting here smiling and happy with nine points but that’s part of the game as we know. Today, I don’t know how much percentage possession we had in the first half an hour and they were no danger whatsoever. But that’s when you need to be alert. One long kick and we didn’t narrow down so it was such an easy goal. The last goal as well, after we had that pressure, David had not touched the ball, more or less, in the second half and then they score again. Sometimes it’ll be the case that teams will come here and defend against us, and drop deep like they did today. I think we were unlucky with the Martial one as it was a clear and obvious penalty. A nailed-on one and I think, when the referee sees the game, he’ll know he’s not had his best of games. I am surprised [VAR didn’t intervene] because it was definitely a nailed-on penalty. He will not slip if he doesn’t have that 100 kilo centre-back on his shoulders." On a potential red card for Cahill... "I don’t want to go on about the referees’ decisions all the time but he was clear and through on goal, one on one and it stops a goalscoring opportunity. For me, it is no doubt either. Now is the time for the boys to just get together. We knew these five days have been disappointing as we have one point instead of the six we should have had, but I think we need to stick together. At the weekend, it’s Southampton away and that’s not an easy one as they had a good win today. We have to use tomorrow’s day off well and start well on Monday." On Alexis Sanchez... "Alexis is a quality player, of course he is, and we don’t have loads of options, like you say. So if there is an offer that’s good enough for the club and for him, the maybe he’ll go but, if not, he’s still our player. He’s a quality player who is training well. There is no doubt about his quality either, so let’s see." On Paul Pogba... "I thought he, like the rest of the team, grew into the game. He wins the ball really well for our first goal and played some great passes. We know he is going to want the ball all the time and he lost the ball [for their goal]. He will lose the ball again but try again and there is no problem with that." On Jesse Lingard... No, we stick together. Jesse has not scored any goals in the last three games but he’s been a big part of our team. Jesse will keep continuing to be an important part because of the energy he gives us and he’s lively. I felt Mason could come on and create something and we’ll see Mason more often, definitely." On VAR... "We have to get used to it. There will be discussions because it’s the same referees making those decisions, just in a different room down at Stockley Park. Sometimes, I think they are making wrong decisions and sometimes they’ve done well. It will work itself out and find its way."