Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has praised his players’ collective attitude vs Leicester in their narrow 1-0 win on Sunday.
The Norwegian watched on as his stars made the match maybe a little more difficult than it needed to be but they ran away with all three points nonetheless.
Marcus Rashford was the man with the match-winning goal as United continue to chase a place in the top four.
Solskjaer had previously criticised his players’ poor start against Burnley last week which saw them trailing 2-0 though they eventually managing to come away with a point.
Even members of the first-team admitted they believed they could win the match playing at less than 100% and eventually it costed them.
Luckily against Leicester there didn’t seem to be such a problem and Manchester United’s quick start saw them get all three points in the end.
Ole would do well to keep an eye out on his players’ fitness however as they seemed to tire easily which resulted in sloppy play and if the opposition were a little more clinical, he could’ve been looked at a different result.
United could be leggy due to a lack of real rotation or it could just be that the former Molde boss has them working extra hard in training.