Manchester United is number nine in the Premier League, but Ole Gunnar Solskjær is not worried.
Manchester United are closer to relegation zone than the Champions League tickets. This is the status of the underperforming English team for 14 out of 38 rounds in the Premier League.
But the six points to the relegation zone and eight points up to a spot in the top-4 does not give rise to concern for manager Ole Gunnar Solskjær, as Sunday had to see his crew tray new by playing 2-2 at home against Aston Villa field.
- I should not respond to questions about our place in the table, if we were number five instead of number nine, and we had been number five with a goal more against Aston Villa.
- So the table do not worry me, for it is very close, says Ole Gunnar Solskjær, according to Reuters.
the Norwegian also believe that Manchester United have had margins on its side in the season, but the reverse was the team despite the good options that earned in Sunday's home game.
- We created many great chances, which should have won the fight for us, but overall we had not earned a victory, especially after our first half, says Solskjær.
After two outstanding league matches in a row Manchester United and hungry for a win, says defender Harry Maguire to the club's tv station, according to AFP.
He bet on, that the three points can already be downloaded already on Wednesday against the club's former manager José Mourinho, who is back at Old Trafford as an opponent for the first time since his firing in the club in december last year.
- It is perfect, that there are already battle again on Wednesday. When you don't win a football game, you will as soon as possible to have a match more to make up it, and there is nothing better for us than having to play against Tottenham at Old Trafford, says Harry Maguire.
José Mourinhos Tottenham is in fifth place with two points more than Manchester United.
After Wednesday's storkamp against Tottenham comes Manchester United on Saturday at yet another difficult task, when Manchester City is waiting for the first season.
/ritzau/Updated Date: 02 December 2019, 15:00