The former Old Trafford boss, who was axed last season and replaced by Solskjaer, claims he doesnt see any improvement from the team he managed and says there were no positives for the side to take from Sundays defeat.
United were soundly beaten 2-0 at the London Stadium, but Solskjaer felt the game could have gone either way and disagreed with Mourinhos gloomy outlook.
Asked about Mourinhos remarks, he told reporters: Well I think hes got a right to his opinion. Of course we lost here last year, its always a difficult ground to go to and we hope we should do better than we did. We hope for better.
But the key moments, they grasped and we didnt, I have to say. Two fantastic finishes from two good left feet and we just didnt take the chances when we had them.
Asked if the side played with enough pace, Solskjaer continued: We didnt create enough chances, but we created big chances, some big moments that we didnt take, and they scored on theirs.
They didnt create too many either. Its a game that could have gone both ways and when youve got Marcus Rashford and Dan James, I dont think pace is the problem?