Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer aimed a sly dig at rivals Liverpool and Chelsea as he ruled them out of the Premier League title race after our costly draw against West Brom.
The draw at the Hawthorns means we have taken just 10 points from our last seven matches in the league and it leaves us seven points behind Pep Guardiola’s side, who have a game in hand.
Despite our recent inconsistent form, the Norwegian couldn’t resist aiming a dig at Liverpool and Chelsea by claiming it’s up to United and Leicester to put pressure on Guardiola’s side.
Asked how his side must respond after the draw against West Brom, Solskjaer said: “Lets build momentum, win games and put Manchester City under pressure.
“They’re in great form but we’re not going to give it away, of course.
“It looks like us and Leicester need to put up a fight.”