Man Utd penalty record since Jurgen Klopp comments justify Ole Gunnar Solskjaer anger

Before, United had amassed 11 penalties in 25 games – averaging one every 204 minutes.

But they’ve only been given two penalties in 16 games since, meaning they now average one every 720 minutes instead.

It’s a stat that speaks volumes and Solskjaer, after the game, showed his angry side by expressing a belief Chelsea’s own website influenced the match.

He also referred to ‘outside influences’, saying: “Of course it is [concerning]. I don’t want to cause controversy but that’s not right, is it?

“It’s all these outside influences, VAR talk from [Chelsea] about Harry – that’s cheeky putting it on their website, that’s influencing referees.


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