Ole's post-match press conference
Solskjaer discusses his team selection, Andreas Pereira, ex-United goalkeeper Tom Heaton and more...
Did it feel like a win? "On the way up here I was stopped so many times from the staff, with so many people saying it was a great fighting spirit. The way they came back was fantastic. We are happy with a point and we could have got three by the end. We just ran out of time and we started too late, with the urgency that we needed. That is a learning curve. But now you have your answer - can they come back if they go one down, or two down even? So I am very happy with the response.” Do you regret any of your selections? “No. It was the right decision to make. We had a couple of niggles and unfortunately he is involved in the first goal. But that is the whole team. We played our way into trouble there, instead of starting off with a forward pass we ended up going back to the goalkeeper. So that is just another thing that we have to learn from.” Have you learned anything from the players given the way they came back? “It is easy then, isn't it? It is easy to sit there and smile. But the danger of winning might be that you think what we have done before gives us the right to start off on 90 per cent, because we are winning one or two nil. But we don't. We have to start off properly in each game. And today we didn't start off well enough to cause Burnley enough problems, because we know they are well organised, we know they are happy if we keep crossing the ball, so we needed more tempo and more urgency in the play, to play our way into the box more. In the second half I thought we did fantastically in that respect. But of course they have good keeper. Tom is a good keeper and they headed the ball away when we crossed it, but we found a way in the end.” What was the thinking in leaving Rashford away from the centre-forward position? “Rom has done really well against Burnley before. He has scored and he is a handful. With Anthony injured, we thought that was the best option with Rashy out there. Of course he got a couple of chances but today wasn't his day.” What's the reason for the slow start? “Sometimes that is human. It just doesn't function. The passes didn't have enough tempo on them. But I thought at times in the first half, Juan found some great positions. Of course, we didn't create as many clear-cut chances but we had 75 per cent of the possession so we just needed a little bit more tempo.” Anything you can tell us about Fellaini? “To be honest, no. I have been busy all day and I don't really know the latest update on that one, so we will just wait and see.”