Ole Gunnar Solskjaer: 'Kane is injured, it gives Rashford a chance to be best English player'
- United 2-1 Brighton.
- Solskjaer admits the ending to the game was not perfect.
- He'll keep the records he's been breaking for the rest of his life.
- Ole singles Rashford out for a special praise.
- He makes sure Rashford practises all the time as he's calmed him down a bit.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer spoke to Sky Sports and MUTV after the final whistle: ''We played some great stuff we should have put the game behind us at the start of the second half but any game you get problems and Brighton were so resilient and stubborn and hard to break down and of course, when they put the ball in the box you have to defend, but fantastic football at times for us.
''We should have maybe played the game out better than we did as the last 15 minutes we were under it.''
Ole has become a record holder now with 7 wins out of his first 7 games which no other United manager could do at the start of his spell at Old Trafford.
He reacted: ''I can't complain, can I? I am smiling and this is one of these things I will remember for the rest of my life. It's been a roller coaster and it's class to be here.''
He was asked to comment on Marcus Rashford who scored a very classy goal: ''Marcus Rashford has been top class. You start with work rate. He has that, works like no one else, runs channels, holds the ball up. He has now calmed down in front of goal and he's assured and is practising all the time. Now he's confident.
''Harry Kane is injured so maybe it gives Marcus a chance to be the best [English player]. I am very happy with him.''