Ole Gunnar Solskjaer: 'I don't want to leave Man Utd'

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer: 'I don't want to leave Man Utd'

They're great on the ball, but they close down quickly for so long and then drop off and if they do that against Liverpool and they get through one line, they've got too much pace for City to deal with. "We did enough to get something in this game".

"(Bournemouth's goal) came from the one chance they had.

'To come here against a club like this with the fans they've got was excellent how the boys dealt with it second-half.

In Tuesday's matches, Arsenal bounced back from their mauling by Liverpool to beat Fulham 4-1, Tottenham brushed aside Cardiff 3-0 and Leicester beat Everton 1-0.

"There's a reality check at Southampton".

"Don't worry about that, worry about the kid that's playing, that's going to devastate teams". It was a frightful mistake of the type Rafael Benitez could do without, with his team already firmly in a battle against relegation. Rashford showed that he needs space for growing and Solskjaer should think about keeping him as a centre-forward even with Lukaku ready to play.

Solskjaer's Reds rode their luck at times as Christian Atsu proved a thorn in their side, but substitute Romelu Lukaku scored with his first touch of the game before Marcus Rashford wrapped up a 2-0 win at Rafael Benitez's struggling Newcastle.


While the Magpies held a firm defensive shape, they continued to present a threat on the counter and an overlapping run from DeAndre Yedlin yielded a cross that Rondon could not keep down with his head on 34 minutes.

Under Mourinho, Pogba registered three goals and another three assists this season. Is the manager saying don't do that?

Neville responded to the picture with a tweet that said: "You do one as well".

"Newcastle will put 10 behind the ball, it's as simple as that, they'll try to play for a 0-0 and a set play".

"I'm just thinking about the next game, because if you win four you can win another four with this club, that's the challenge, that's the standard we're used to".

Paul Pogba is in the news for something on or off the pitch seemingly every day, and while Man United were in action Wednesday vs. Newcastle, it was Pogba's Instagram account that will have the press and the internet buzzing.

Newcastle lacked ambition, as well as a threat in the final third, but they still caused Solskjaer's side problems in the first half and should have been in the lead at half time.

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