Martin Odegaard says that our team was angry after we lost 3-1 at Old Trafford because they thought they could have won the game.
On the hour mark, Bukayo Saka tied the game for us. Five minutes later, Marcus Rashford scored the game-winning goal for the home team after a quick counterattack. Before that, we had been in charge of most of the game.
The captain thinks that was a big change in momentum that cost us the chance to keep our unbeaten streak going.
Odegaard said, “Everyone is very upset. We always play to win, and we wanted to come here and get a result.” “Everyone seems to think that we should have gotten something out of the game. We all feel disappointed, and the mood is a little down, but that’s just how it is.
“We were winning the game when they scored the first and second goals, but we let them score two easy goals. It’s annoying and frustrating, but as I said, we should have gotten something out of the game.”
Even though the team lost after five straight wins, they are still on top of the Premier League table, which is a good thing.
“Yes, of course, we have to think about the next one. We’re still at the top of the league. We just have to look for the next one and win it. Odegaard added, “There were also a lot of good parts of the game, so we have to learn from both the good and bad parts.” Then try to find the next one.”
The Norwegian went on record to thank the away fans for their great support so far in the season, especially after their cheers and support at the end of the game.
Odegaard said, “I’ve said it many times, but they’ve been great this season.” “Once again, the support here at Old Trafford was great, and we are very thankful for that. So we have to say thank you, and hopefully next time we’ll give them all three points.”