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Ole Gunnar Solskjaer Says FA Cup Defeat Is ‘Not The End Of The World’
According to Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, Manchester United’s defeat in the FA Cup semi-final is “not the end of the world”.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer thinks Manchester United’s defeat in the FA Cup semi-final is “not the end of the world”.
The United boss has played down the significance of his side’s 3-1 loss to Chelsea at Wembley, saying their focus is now on their next game in the Premier League against West Ham United.
“When you lose a game you are hurt, disappointed. You have to focus on the next thing. Defeat is not the end of the world, but it was the end of our FA Cup dream.
“Now it is business as usual and on to the next one. We’ve had setbacks as a club, we’ve lost big games before and turned it round and put a big performance on. That is what we have to do now.”
United are still chasing Champions League qualification with two games to go in their league campaign.
And Solskjaer is pleased with their recent form, despite United’s defeat to Chelsea.
The manager explained:
“We have done really well after the restart. I am just thinking about this one game. If we can get through unbeaten, that is us in the Champions League next season.
“All eyes are on West Ham. We know their threat and how well they have played lately. We have to concentrate on that. It’s a very boring answer but that is it.”