Manchester United Manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has revealed that the Red Devils have been the “third best team” ahead of their crucial encounter against Leicester City.
The red devils have been exceptional following a slow start to the 2019-2020 premier league campaign says the reds manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and thinks they have been the “third best team” in the premier league for a long spell.
Their performance server to raise levels of optimism among fans reminiscing about the glory days of Sir Alex Ferguson.
Manchester united win or draw against Leicester City in the premier league will see united qualify for the champions league and the manager is pleased with his side’s progress.
“It would be a good and a nice boost for the team to finish 3rd. I know since October after that international break we’ve had the third-most points in the league” Solskjaer told Skysports.
“For a long, long spell we’ve been the third best team in the start of the Season, we were too inconsistent, now we have got more consistency, more fitness levels and we’re more robust.”
“And of course we want to be in amongst the elite in Europe and play in the champions league but the old Winston Churchill quote is ‘succes isn’t final, failure isn’t fatal – then what you need is the courage to continue.”
“That’s what we’re going to do with this team, we continue, we carry on developing the team, improving and knowing that this is not the end of the journey for the team. This is one other stepping stone in our development.”