Published: Fri, February 28, 2020
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Man Utd 'suffer' without Champions League, says Solskjaer

Man Utd 'suffer' without Champions League, says Solskjaer

"Obviously we're in a moment now that we rotate a bit, players are getting games, but, when you score goals and play like this, you're going to get more confidence", the Norwegian said.

"So, hopefully it won't be too bad, but I don't really know yet how long he'll be out".

@ConorMcNamaraIE: I commentated on this game last season for MOTD.

"Bruno coming in obviously makes a big, big difference", said Solskjaer.

'That was the day, the lowest I've been, ' said Solskjaer. One or two had their last chance, more or less, but we had to get to the summer first.

"We are not conceding goals which is so important but we played today the way we want to play", he told BT Sport.

The Merseysiders have yet to lose at home under the Italian and, in Dominic Calvert-Lewin, they have a striker in form; he has seven goals in his last nine league games.

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Manchester United can not bank on winning the Europa League to ensure their place in next season's Champions League, manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has said.

Phil Jones was taken off at half-time and has only started four Premier League games since then after United signed Harry Maguire in the summer.

Such a price limits the number of clubs who can afford it, and they report Paris Saint-Germain, Manchester United, Real Madrid, Barcelona and Manchester City are "again in contention", but it's the Ligue 1 champions and the Old Trafford residents who will "command the operations".

"I can with hand on heart 100 per cent say these boys will never give in and never give up like that team did".

"We know Manchester is a better team". Manchester United had a comfortable first half against Club Brugge in the Europa League with Bruno Fernandes opening the flood gate in the 27th via a penalty after Deli Simon was sent off. Odion Ighalo opened his Manchester United's account with a goal in the 34th minutee and Scott McTominay scored another in the 41st minute before the end of the first half.

'I don't know about Anthony, to be honest.

"Odion has definitely shown what type of striker he is", Solskjaer added.

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