Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer came to the defense of Donny van de Beek after their FA Cup triumph over West Ham.
The Dutch international struggled to make an impact for the 1-0 victory.
But Solskjaer insisted after midfielder Scott McTominay proved the matchwinner in extra-time: “I thought, first half, we and Donny, we played really well.
“We created spaces for one or two and he played his part and did his job really well.
“He was neat and tidy and had half a chance when Alex [Telles] pulled the ball back to him. In the second half, the whole team fell off a little bit and we wanted to make a few changes.”