Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has been criticised for “moaning” after Saturday’s win over Everton in the Premier League. United bounced back from their Champions League humiliation to beat the Toffees at Goodison Park.
Bruno Fernandes grabbed a double as United came from a goal down to beat Everton on Saturday.
Bernard had got Carlo Ancellotti’s side off to a good start after half an hour before Fernandes inspired a comeback.
Edinson Cavani slotted home in added time to complete the scoring and give United a boost ahead of the international break.
Solskjaer went into the game under heavy pressure after last Wednesday’s embarrassing defeat on the continent.
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They were beaten 2-1 by Turkish minnows Istanbul Basaksehir in the latest of a series of poor results.
Despite their game being played on Wednesday night in Turkey, they kicked off on Merseyside just two-and-a-half days later – playing in the Saturday lunchtime game.
And after the win over Everton, Solskjaer was livid over the scheduling of the two games, as he claimed his side was “set up to fail”.
But former Aston Villa striker Gabby Agbonlahor believes the Norwegian boss needs to stop complaining and get on with the job at hand.
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Speaking on talkSPORT, he compared Solskjaer to former United manager Jose Mourinho, and said he needs to change his attitude towards the fixture calendar.
Agbonlahor said: “He’s started to sound like old-school Jose Mourinho, hasn’t he?
“It’s like how Arsene Wenger used to just complain about every little thing.
“You won the game, yeah you’ve got a couple of injuries, but get on with it.
“You’ve got the international break where you can give certain players some sort of rest.
“Just get on with it, you chose to be in the Champions League.
“Don’t moan that you’ve got to go to Turkey to play in the Champions League, just get on with it.
“You’ve got a big squad, that’s why you get to register 25 players for the Premier League season – use them.”
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