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Manchester United manager demands for respect after Defeating Atalanta in the UEFA Champions League

Manchester United manager demands respect after defeating Atalanta in the UEFA Champions League. The Red Devils came back from 2-0 down to 3-2 up, thanks to a terrific performance by the Whole team. Ole Gunnar Solsjkaer has been under a lot of speculation after his side lost their 5 matches in all Competitions.

Manchester United was down 2-0 down in the first half with Ole’s job on the line, United had to produce a sensational comeback. Marcus Rashford, Harry Maguire and Cristiano Ronaldo all scored for the home team. They collect all 3 points at Old Trafford and go on top of Group F.

The Norwegian manager has had a tough time in their last couple of matches. United went from 2-0 up to 4-2 down in their last Premier League fixture against Leicester City. Sojskaer was asked if the players are committed to playing for the Club in the Post-match Press Conference. Ole’s stance didn’t change as he is fully confident in his players.

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Despite the hard times that the Premier league Outfit has faced in their past couple of matches, the 13-time Premier league champions’ forthcoming fixtures look even more frightening. They will face the Red hot Liverpool this Sunday, who are yet to lose a game in the Premier League this season. Then they will face Tottenham Hotspurs and Atalanta again at the UEFA Champions League. The Red Devils will also lock horns against Manchester City in this season’s First Manchester Derby on November 6th.

“Don’t even start. Don’t disrespect the players, they play for Man United. They know that they are the Luckiest men in the world. I said to the them, tonight they’re the luckiest men in the world because they’re the ones that can play for Manchester United. That’s what so many millions of Boys and Girls want to do.”

he said to BT Sports after beating Atalanta

Manchester United have played 8 Premier league games with 4 victories and 2 Draws and defeats each. They are currently 6th in the Points table, 5 points behind league leaders Chelsea.

“We’ve got s habit of (comebacks) at this club. Out of nothing, they scored the first goal. Then another set-play, another goal. But we never stopped believing, never stopped going. We made a few mistakes but kept going.

said the 48-year-old Norwegian

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