Wolves Have Knocked Manchester United Out Of The FA Cup

Wolves Have Knocked Manchester United Out Of The FA Cup

United had a red card for defender Victor Lindelof overturned by VAR and Marcus Rashford pulled a goal back in added time but there was no time left to mount a comeback and they fell to a second defeat in a row for the first time since Ole Gunnar Solskjaer took over as manager in December. "That was the poorest performance we have had".

Solskjaer will have two weeks to mull over the performance while a number of his players head off to join their national teams.

"It was a big step backwards I have got to say", said Solskjaer.

With United still chasing a place in the Premier League's top four and having a Champions League quarter-final against Barcelona to look forward to, Solskjaer is not too downbeat.

United's hopes of European glory remain alive after overcoming Paris St Germain and, speaking before being drawn against Barcelona, Solskjaer said they have proved that "on any given day we can beat a top team".

Diogo Jota celebrates scoring Wolves' second goal against Manchester United
Diogo Jota celebrates scoring Wolves second goal against Manchester United

"We know we played well against Arsenal last week and didn't get what we deserved". "Of course we are disappointed, everyone is disappointed with the result today".

Solskjaer continued: "Some of the players go away with the national teams and they'll enjoy the break".

But you can't sit down and sulk for too long. While insisting that his initial run of success was not going to last forever, he was quick to say that United will be ready to go again once they return from worldwide duty. We've got so much to play for.

And former Liverpool FC star Lawrenson is backing Manchester United to claim victory and seal their spot in the FA Cup semi-finals on Saturday. We created a lot of chances, we played some good football.

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