Ole Gunnar Solskjaer says Jose Mourinho has a right to voice his opinion on Manchester United after the former Red Devils boss strongly criticised their performance in a 2-0 Premier League loss at West Ham.
Andriy Yarmolenko and Aaron Cresswell scored to consign United to defeat at London Stadium, with Solskjaer's men without a win away from home in nine matches in all competitions.
Mourinho, appearing as a pundit for Sky Sports, said he could find no positives to take from United's display , adding: "We were bad last season, but I don't see any improvement this season."
Solskjaer, though, noted United were beaten on their previous visit to London Stadium, sliding to a 3-1 loss under Mourinho's leadership in September 2018.
"I think he's got a right to his opinion," Solskjaer told a news conference when asked about Mourinho's comments.
"We lost here last year, it's always a difficult ground to go to and we hoped to do better than we did. We hope for better.
"But the key moments they grasped and we didn't. I have to say, two fantastic finishes from two left feet. We just didn't take the chances when we had them."
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