Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s motivates the Reds for the ‘FA Cup glory’

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Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side are compelling to watch since the Portuguese Bruno Fernandes made his move to the Old Trafford. The Norwegian asks his players to focus on the FA Cup, winning the title would ensure their first silverware since 2017.

The current Red’s squad are unbeaten in 19 matches in all competitions. The Reds matched the same unbeaten run from 2013 under Sir Alex Ferguson. With the semblance of rising youngster Mason Greenwood and Marcus Rashford offering cause for idealism for the Reds future.

Solskjaer encourages his team to go out and enjoy themselves in the Premier League following their latest successes, with a first title already firmly within United’s reach after 2017.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer on the Manchester United official website told:

“I think a semi-final is a one-off. We’ve just got to find the right temperament going into the game because it’s an occasion to enjoy and it’s a chance to go to a final.

“We’ve done well to get this far and we’ve got nothing to lose really. I just want them to go out there and enjoy the game. Of course, it’s going to be a tight game, we know all about Chelsea.

“We’ve played them so many times this season and they’re a good team, but we’re so close now to the final and I know that the boys are looking forward to it.”

Asked if his attitude toward their status in Premier League, Solskjaer replied:

“Yeah, it is. You can’t focus on the one after, this is the one.

“You can’t think I’ll save something in the tank for Wednesday because suddenly that momentum you have might swing against us.

“Of course, we felt disappointed after the Southampton equaliser in the 96th minute, but they reacted well and got back on their feet and got a great result against Crystal Palace. This is one to take your mind off the league and just go and enjoy it.” – the Norwegian added.

Manchester United will take on Chelsea at FA Cup Semi-Finals tonight.

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