Man Utd boss Solskjaer: Henderson will learn from Burnley error

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Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer defended Dean Henderson after his performance in victory over Burnley.

Solskjaer says the England goalkeeper "is still learning and maturing" after his erratic display saw him concede goals against Chris Wood – which was disallowed for offside – and James Tarkowski.

Solskjaer said, "The first one is a wake-up call for him, he's a proactive keeper and luckily he was offside so another win and Dean is still learning and maturing."

He added: "You never know [against Burnley], anything can happen in either box. Any time they get a cross in with their quality you've got your heart in your mouth.

"We built some pressure, especially down the left, wanted to do the right things and we got the goals we wanted."