Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer insists his side is “getting better” as the visitors managed to comeback from two goals down against Southampton at St Mary’s.
In his post match conference, Solskjaer said: “It’s one of those that when you win, they don’t really matter. At the end I was so proud at 2-2 because we did so well.” “This team is getting better and better and improving which is what I want to see. We are fit.”
Manchester United captain Harry Maguire said he felt his team were always in the game, even at 2-0 down at half time.
“It’s strange because 2-0 down at half time we felt like we were still in the game. We knew we were causing problems. In the first half we had really good chances. We knew we had to improve, play with more intensity and take our chances. When it got to 2-2 it felt like only one team would win the game.”
Southampton manager Ralph Hasenhuttl said his side can be proud of what they did in today’s game despite the result going against his side when talking to the media after the game.
‘You can hear them celebrating in their dressing room like they’ve won the league. They had to play the best they can. We can be proud of what we have done today.”