Ole Gunnar Solskjaer: David De Gea not at fault

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"The manager gave me the time and when I got the chance, I played good, so he said, "you will stay in goal".

"Ole Gunnar is now employed at Manchester United and will return to Molde when the season is finished according to the plan". We can feel very proud of all our players. "I think we can enjoy the support, today I think they helped us but we need to do it with respect". Emery said: "Xhaka is a specialist at shooting". At present, the Gunners have a two-point advantage over United in the race for the position but in hindsight, they hold a greater advantage, given they have finished their matches against the top-six for the campaign. "I don't want that". We can be happy today.

The appointment will also be seen as a reward for Solskjaer guiding United into the last eight of the Champions League, and to within touching distance of a top-four spot having been closer to last place than first in points terms when Mourinho went. There is no change as it is continuing and it will be hard.

"Now we have two points (more than United) and that was enough motivation for us".

"We are going to play Newcastle here after three weeks and our focus now is on Thursday".

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Arsenal goalkeeper Bernd Leno admits they were inspired to seek revenge on Manchester United by Jesse Lingard's celebrations in the FA Cup clash last month.

Also standing out was Granit Xhaka who, after giving us the lead, gave the sort of midfield performance we have been crying out for from him, with him putting himself about in the centre of the park and providing defensive cover when needed. We created five big chances, hit the woodwork twice. Lukaku and Rashford have been fantastic.

Sanchez arrived in a swap deal from Arsenal which saw Henrikh Mkhitaryan go the other way. Sometimes, you don't take them and we just didn't take them.

"That backbone where they have that first and then they have that bit of flair".

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has denied Gary Neville's claims that David de Gea's high profile blunder against Arsenal was due to his protracted contract talks. "It's one of those things".

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