Basketball and Roy Keane sneak into Solskjaer's vision of controversial United goal
- The build-up to Rashford's opener started with what many believe was a foul.
- Solskjaer brushes the allegation aside as it's football, not basketball.
- Roy Keane wouldn't even consider it a foul.
Marcus Rashford opened the score at Old Trafford against Liverpool but it started with a debatable episode: Divock Origi got clipped by Victor Lindelof but the game continued and a VAR review saw nothing wrong.
Speaking to Sky Sports, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer said of the episode: "It's never a foul. I don't think Keano [Roy Keane] would say that's a foul."
He also added: "No chance [it was a foul], we're not playing basketball."