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Ole Gunnar Says United “Missed Opportunity” To Defeat Liverpool

Manchester United’s boss Ole Gunnar Solskjær, says his side “missed an opportunity” to defeat Liverpool, after both teams ended their highly anticipated match in a disappointing stalemate. 

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The match failed to live up to it’s hype and expectations, and Ole Gunnar is no doubt aware that his side squandered chances that could have secured a victory against the Reds..

Liverpool’s defence was full of holes, as they were without a solid centre-back, and had to make do with midfielders Jordan Henderson and Fabinho, playing defence. 

Speaking in a post-match Interview with BBC Sport, Ole Gunnar said “It was an opportunity missed with the chances we had but then again we were playing a very good side. I’m disappointed but, still, a point is OK if you win the next one.

“We have improved and progressed. It’s not just the result we’re disappointed with, it’s some of the performance. I know these boys can play better.”

With just 1 point from the North-West derby, United are now two points ahead of Manchester City, who moved up to second place after thoroughly thrashing Crystal Palace, in their  4-0 victory. Meanwhile, Liverpool, with just one goal in their last four league games, have dropped to fourth place as Leicester leads them with a point. 

Liverpool’s defence was full of holes, as they were without a solid centre-back, and had to make do with midfielders Jordan Henderson and Fabinho, playing defence. 

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Speaking in a post-match Interview with BBC Sport, Ole Gunnar said “It was an opportunity missed with the chances we had but then again we were playing a very good side. I’m disappointed but, still, a point is OK if you win the next one.

“We have improved and progressed. It’s not just the result we’re disappointed with, it’s some of the performance. I know these boys can play better.”

With just 1 point from the North-West derby, United are now two points ahead of Manchester City, who moved up to second place after thoroughly thrashing Crystal Palace, in their  4-0 victory. Meanwhile, Liverpool, with just one goal in their last four league games, have dropped to fourth place as Leicester leads them with a point. 

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