Manchester United boss Solskjaer reflects on Burnley point

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Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer says Anthony Martial missed their 2-2 draw with Burnley due to injury.

Paul Pogba converted to hand his side a lifeline before Victor Lindelof scored his first goal for the club at the ideal time.

Martial was absent from Solskjaer's squad as his winning run ended with a draw against Burnley on Tuesday, with Solskjaer explaining that the 23-year-old had a knock.

"The most important thing for Tottenham is being consistently in the top four and playing Champions League".

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"We started the game nearly feeling like the eight previous games meant we could start the game with a 1-0 lead, but it doesn't happen like this".

"We'll just take the good point and move onto a good game on Saturday".

"On the way up here, I was stopped so many times by the staff, so many people saying: "Great spirit, fighting spirit, and the way they came back was fantastic", he told a news conference.

"We started too late with the urgency, that's a learning curve but now you've got your answer, can they come back if they go one down or two down, even so I'm very happy with the response", he said. "But you have to start properly in each game, and today we didn't start well enough to cause problems". The Norwegian is unbeaten in all nine games, which was saved when United nicked a point against to Burnley with two goals at the death last night.

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Solskjaer, who had overseen eight straight wins in all competitions since taking over from Jose Mouirnho, did praise his side's character, and said they would have grabbed a victor if the game had gone on another few minutes. "Me and Mick [Phelan] learned a lot today about the place, the players", Solskjaer said.

"No, it was the right decision to make", he said of his line-up.

While France worldwide Pogba did concede it was positive to come back and get a point, he was clearly disappointed his side dropped two points in their quest to finish in the top four this season.

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