Another fightback for the Red Devils

Sun 06 December 2020 | 10:04

Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer hailed his men mentality, who have fallen behind in their last 5 away games this season but they have won all five.

Goals from

Paul Pogba


Mason Greenwood

, and

Marcus Rashford

turned things around for


’s side and gave them 3 points to move fourth in the table but once again they had to pull off another comeback victory.

“We have done this too many times coming back from 1-0 down for it to be a coincidence,” Solskjaer said.

"To have this character and the mentality is one of the biggest things that I take from these away games. They always believe in themselves, we trust ourselves, there’s no shouting and screaming, we believe in our teammates and believe in ourselves.”

While Manchester


had a brilliant performance in the last 20 minutes of the game, they were fortunate to not be more than one goal behind in the first half.

“I think this season is going to be such a long and hard one and when players have got niggly injuries, he [Fernandes] has been kicked so many times these last few weeks and he had a sore foot so I didn’t want to use him from the start,” Solskjaer explained.

"We’ve got a big game on Tuesday we have a good squad with loads of quality and talent out there so we decided to go with the starting XI that we did.

"You have to look at what you can do better, first half we weren’t really at the races, loads of the possession but we couldn’t control the game and couldn’t create anything because there were not enough runs in behind, we didn’t create enough spaces, we didn’t make the right movements but we did that in the second half. We tweaked a few things tactically."

source: SportMob

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