Ian Wright believes Ole Gunnar Solskjaer made a major mistake following Manchester Uniteds damaging defeat to Wolves.
The Red Devils were beaten 2-1 at Molineux on Tuesday evening as their top four hopes were dealt a serious blow.
Midfielder Scott McTominay has given the visitors a first-half lead but a Diogo Jota strike and a Chris Smalling own goal turned the match on its head.
Following the defeat, Solskjaer was complimentary of his teams performance and said they were fantastic in the opening 20 minutes.
But Arsenal hero Wright believes Manchester Uniteds new permanent manager set a bad precedent with his positive comments.
Too many players had a bad day and they did create chances but Wolves played well, the former England striker told Premier League Productions.
I feel that Ole may have set a bad precedent by saying that his team played well and that he is happy with what they did.
I think that when we go through the team and look at what players played well, they didnt play well.
So when you go back into the dressing room and say, “well done we played well and should have won because of the chances we created”, then that would just make me think we didnt play well.
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