Man Utd chief Ed Woodward left red faced over Solskjaer comments after Man City defeat | Football | Sport

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Still, in a manner which onlookers have become accustomed to in recent weeks, the Norwegian remained defiant after the final whistle despite a bombardment from fans and pundits. 

“David [De Gea] kept us in the game and they scored a goal they always score. They played well and they dont give you opportunities so some praise has to go to them but we were not at our level,” he said. 

“They made it hard for us but sometimes we chose the wrong solution, sometimes the right solution but not the right execution.

“At the moment we are [far off the top teams], we need to get back to where we were at the end of last season. 





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