Solskjaer reveals why he’s beating the big teams

Manchester United boss, Olé Gunnar Solskjaer has revealed he’s proud and happy with the progress the team has made under his leadership.

The Red Devils are top of the Premier League table— two points ahead of second-placed Manchester City, after a difficult start to the season.

United also progressed to the fifth round of the FA Cup on Sunday, after coming from 1-0 down to beat Liverpool 3-2 at Old Trafford.

In his reaction to the team’s performance, Solskjaer said there’s been major progress in the way we play, as he added we’ve finally found a system that works for us.

Solskjaer also hailed the team’s mentality, especially in the way they’ve managed to turn potential defeats into great victories.

He told the media after the Liverpool clash, “It’s fantastic to win games against last year’s champions – they are a fantastic team and we have had good results over the past couple of years playing different systems but today we played well and won on our terms.

“We have found a way that we and the players believe in and we are getting stronger and stronger. Our mentality to come back from 1-0 down. We have shown it so many times this season. Physically we have got stronger and stronger and lasted to the end of games a lot more.

“We look at the difference of a year ago and six months back… you can’t take too many big strides at any one point, but layer by layer we are getting better and better, winning tight games. The morale and confidence of course is very good. We can match the best [teams] with our style of football.”