The key moment in the game was Young's sending-off, with the United captain the recipient of referee Mike Dean's 100th Premier League red card.
"Scott has never ever let us down and he never disappoints when he plays", Solskjaer told reporters at his press conference. We know it was very hard.
"That's football for you and that's why it's the game we all love, it's not like maths", said the Norwegian.
Wolves created chances to extend their lead, with only a save from De Gea preventing Smalling from putting through his own net for a second time and Ivan Cavaleiro hitting the crossbar from 12 yards.
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"But for their keeper, we should have won this game".
"We will use one or two days to analyse and recover and then we will prepare for Barcelona, which will be a fantastic challenge for the club", said Solskjaer, who scored a famous injury-time victor in United's 1999 Champions League triumph.
There's little doubt that McTominay isn't going to be the player to grab the headlines for Manchester United, especially with the next batch of players in the academy looking so impressive. "I was very, very pleased with him", he said.
"After the red card our task is not so hard, of course it is always risky against a hard team, but it makes me proud against such a good team".
"The preparation for the next game starts tomorrow".
"I don't think there is any kickback or re-setting".
"I thought we did well at the start of the second half, Scotty [McTominay] had a fantastic chance and a great save".