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SOLKAIR: We lost the league before on goal difference

 Ole Gunnar SOLKAIR, Manchester United coach, expressed his happiness with the great victory that his team achieved at the expense of Southampton with a score (9-0), Tuesday evening at Old Trafford, as part of the 22nd round of the English Premier League.

Solskjaer said, in statements to the BBC after the match: "It is great to have a match like that. When a player was kicked out of them, it was up to us to score the first goal. I told the players between the two halves to keep playing with the right approach and get the chances."

And whether that result reminded him of beating Ipswich (9-0): "I didn't think about it, just focus on developing, improving and gaining experience to find different spaces."

He added: "It is wonderful that Martial scored, and he could have added more with the exclusivity that he wasted. Unfortunately, he did not find the net, but the level was good for everyone."

He continued: "You have to take advantage of opportunities in closed and open matches. You do not know what the determining factor will be. We know better than others what the goal difference can do after losing the league because of it before."

He continued: "Trust was one of the factors present, but the most prominent is pride. Mason Greenwood presented a terrifying level, and given the second expulsion of them, this law should be repealed."

He continued: "We waited for the players to present their magic, this is their night to enjoy it. We did not have much opportunity to enjoy the second half, you gain a lot of confidence at a level like this."

He concluded by commenting on the replacement of Edinson Cavani: "He had a bad fusion in the ankle, and there was no reason to be adventurous."