Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has hit out at Jurgen Klopp as he complained that Manchester United have had a lack of penalties in recent weeks.
United played West Ham in the Premier League but had three contentious penalty shouts turned down in the exhilarating 2-1 win.
Cristiano Ronaldo had a huge call turned down after going down under pressure from Kurt Zouma, but his claims were waved away to leave the Red Devils frustrated.
United eventually won with a late Jesse Lingard winner in London, but it hasn’t stopped Solskjaer from airing his thoughts on the matter.
And the United boss took aim at Liverpool manager Klopp for comments he made last season.
“We just have to hope we get what we deserve,” said Solskjaer.
“We should have had three penalties in the last two games.
“There was a certain manager who worried about us getting penalties last year and after that the decisions were difficult to give.
“I’ve seen a big difference since then on. So leave it to the refs and make the right calls very soon.”
Klopp famously spoke his mind at the turn of the year after being denied two penalties at Southampton.
Sadio Mane was denied a penalty as Klopp took to the press to criticise the decision making of referees.
“I hear now that Manchester United had more penalties in two years than I had in five-and-a-half years. I’ve no idea if that’s my fault, or how that can happen,” he said to the media after their 1-0 loss on the South Coast.
“He did call me in the summer to end his summer holiday earlier and come back and start his pre-season before,” said Solskjaer.
“He wanted to be ready and be the best possible version of himself. Last season was a challenging one, he didn’t play as many games because Dean came in and did very well.
“David has really worked, focused, physically and mentally he’s better, and when you feel you’ve done the work, it gives you more confidence and motivation.”
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