Published: Mon, March 11, 2019
Sports | By Brett Lawson

Arsenal end Solskjaer run with 2-0 win over Man United

Arsenal end Solskjaer run with 2-0 win over Man United

On whether De Gea should have done better with Xhaka's effort, Solskjaer said: "The ball moves so unusual and when you see it on telly, it's on of them where it looks like it goes to David's left and then just changes direction".

Arsenal and United were once slugging it out for the title in the era of Alex Ferguson and Arsene Wenger. Arsenal now find themselves fifth in the table on 57 points, but they are just one point behind United, who could drop out of the top four with a defeat.

"I think it's definitely somewthing the FA, the Premier League, FIFA [have to address]". But you can not say it was a game we deserved to lose.

"Well we started slow and maybe a backlash from Wednesday". Pogba did create chances for his teammates but failed to bring those late runs into the box which so often resulted in goals for United.

United travelled to the Emirates Stadium brimming with confidence after their astonishing Champions League comeback against Paris Saint-Germain in midweek.

Arsenal had the ideal weekend after their midweek Europa League disappointment. Grealish went on to score in the 1-0 derby win for Villa.

A fan invaded the pitch to celebrate with the Arsenal players in the immediate aftermath of the goal and slapped Manchester United's defender Chris Smalling.

The visitors took a surprise lead in the sixth minute, with Ashley Westwood scoring direct from a corner.

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However, Solskjaer conceded that the side was at fault for the first goal.

And with City having opened a four-point gap over Liverpool, with a victory over Watford on Saturday, the pressure was clearly on Klopp and his players to respond, which they did impressively despite the controversial manner of Burnley's opening goal. We created chances, big chances, hit the woodwork twice, (Bernd) Leno played well.

"I think I've been secretly always wanting to do the job I'm doing now", he said.

Gunners manager Unai Emery said: "I don't know if it was the best performance this season but we are improving, and being competitive in different matches".

"We want to get back to playing in the Champions League next season, that's what we are waiting and fighting for and we have the opportunity". So there is a little consistency in this moment.

The German stopper had an unconvincing start to life as Arsenal number one, but has looked ever more assured in recent weeks and made another huge save to deny Lukaku once more from close range six minutes into the second half.

Wolves are seventh in the standings but 13 points behind Chelsea.

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