Betting Site: Solskjaer delighted with Marshall after impressive save

Ole Gunnar SolskjaerOle Gunnar Solskjaer and betting sites everywhere were delighted with Cardiff City goalkeeper David Marshall after an impressive save earned his squad a 0-0 draw with Aston Villa.

Pay per head sportsbooks, fans, and many people with a betting shop were at the edge of their seats when they saw that on Tuesday, Marshall, moving to his right in second-half stoppage time, changed direction and tipped a close-range effort made by Andreas Weimann behind at the Cardiff City Stadium.

It could turn out to be a key save at the end of a season in which Cardiff seem to be destined to struggle to survive in the Premier League in May, and betting sites can’t wait to see what will happen by then.

Solskjaer, pay per head sportsbooks, and people all over the world with a betting shop were very happy with Marshall and the central defensive pairing of Steven Caulker and Ben Turner.

“I thought it was a goal,” Solskjaer told BT Sport.

“But then again you’ve got David Marshall there so you almost expect him to save it.

“He’s been fantastic this season and again he saved us.

“He saved us again but you can talk about Steven Caulker and Ben Turner. They’ve done a fantastic job, as good a performance as you can ask for.”

Betting sites and pay per head sportsbooks found out that Turner, who was the man of the match, called on the Cardiff fans to continue backing the squad in their bid to avoid the drop, as the team are currently second from bottom.

“Obviously things haven’t been going as well as we want,” he said.

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“We suffered a disappointing result in the derby, but we need to stick together and we need the fans now more than ever.”

Betting sites and price per head services all over the world saw an exceptional performance by Marshall, and are confident that they will continue to see the player shine on the pitch.