Following the impressive performance put out by Manchester United in their Uefa Champions League against Atalanta, the head coach of United Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has come out to say he believes his players deserve respect.
Manchester United were down with two goals down in the first half of the game before they miraclelously came back into the game in the second-half of the game. Marcus Rashford recoreded his second goal of the first to initiate the come back before Harry Maguire and Cristiano Ronaldo helped completed the completed come back as they claim all three points in the game and move them top of Group F.
Ole Gunner Solskjaer Wants Respect for his Players after Atalanta Win
Ole Gunner Solskjaer, who is under pressure to turn the club’s fortunes around, was questioned after the match about whether his players are committed to the club and he was adamant but finally said that his players are playing for the badge.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer said: “Don’t even start. Don’t disrespect the players, they play for Man United – they know they’re the luckiest men in the world.” “I said that to them, tonight they’re the luckiest men in the world because they’re the ones that can play for Man United. That’s what so many millions of boys and girls want to do.”
“We’ve got a habit of [comebacks] at this club. Out of nothing, they scored the first goal. Then another set-play, another goal. But we never stopped believing, never stopped going. We made a few mistakes but kept going.” They will be welcoming Liverpool who is yet to taste defeat this season in all competition.