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Seven things Solskjaer said about Man Utd defeat to Leicester City and how it will help them in UCL

Manchester United football club of England head coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has reacted to his team's 4-2 away defeat to Brendan Rodgers led Leicester City football club on Saturday evening, in the week 8 of the English Premier League.

The Red Devils who have been exceptional in their previous away League matches suffered their first away defeat in more than a season, and that put an end to their incredible away record.

Goals from Youri Tielemans, Caglar Soyunku, Jamie Vardy and Patson Daka were enough to give the Foxes a comfortable victory, despite the fact that Mason Greenwood and Marcus Rashford netted for the away team.

Here are the seven things Ole Gunnar Solskjaer said about Manchester United's 4-2 defeat to Leicester City football club and how it will help them in the UEFA Champions League;

Bad day at the office

The Norwegian said Saturday was a bad day at the office for him, after his team surrendered their lead to lose convincingly against Brendan Rodgers led Leicester City at King Power stadium.

Harry Maguire's return from injury

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer said he decided to start Harry Maguire despite the fact that he just returned from injury, because he has been working hard in training, and he took the blame for everything that happened.

Poor defensive

The manager also said that his team were not good defensively against the Foxes, and that's why they were punished by their opponent.

Lack of concentration

Solskjaer continued by saying his team lack concentration, and that's why they surrendered their lead to concede three late goals in the second half.

Mason Greenwood on the mark

The coach showered praise on England youngster Mason Greenwood for his fantastic goal against Leicester City football club, and he said the youngster will keep getting better.

More to come from Marcos Rashford

Coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer also praised Marcus Rashford after coming from the bench to score a beautiful goal in the second half of the game, and he said they are expecting more goals from the England international.

UEFA Champions League next

The manager concluded by saying that they've now shifted their attention to the UEFA Champions League game that will be played against Atalanta football club on Wednesday, and he said they'll try all the best to get the maximum three points.

How Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's statement will help the Red Devils in their next game against Atalanta FC in the UEFA Champions League;

Most of the players will have learnt from the defeat to Leicester City football club, and they'll be looking forward to redeeming their images when they host the Italian serie A giants at Old Trafford on Wednesday.

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