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What Manchester United Players said in Dressing room after been Defeated by Chelsea

What Manchester United players said in dressing room after Chelsea defeat

What Manchester United players said in dressing room after Chelsea defeat 

Man Utd lost to Chelsea in the semi-finals of the FA Cup at Wembley but are back in action against West Ham this week. 

Nemanja Matic has revealed that Manchester United's players examined the importance of moving their concentration to Wednesday's game against West Ham after been defeated by Chelsea on Sunday.

Manchester United were defeated in London as Chelsea made a 3-1 victory, with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's tactical and strategic changes backfiring against Chelsea. Olivier Giroud, Mason Mount and a Harry Maguire own goal did the harm, before a late Bruno Fernandes consolation goal.

It leaves United with just a fight to the tip four and the Europa league to play for this season and they face West Ham in a big league game on Wednesday. 

Matic addressed MUTV after been defeated and revealed that Manchester United's players talked about the need to rapidly proceed and focus all their attention on making a top four finish in the premier league.

"We are disappointed obviously that we lost," said matic. "We needed that final but Chelsea scored three goals, they utilized their odds and have the right to be in the final. 

"Our emphasis is on Wednesday against West Ham, so we need to dominate that match to be in the Champions league next season. From this second we will concentrate on that and we talked about it in the dressing room. 

"In three days we have another game and we need to dominate at the earliest opportunity." 

Matic conceded that they must improve from their terrible display against Chelsea and expecting they make a successful top four race in the premier league. 

He included: " we play twice a week, so we need to go through this game without a doubt. Yet, all our minds should be on West Ham on Wednesday. 

"Our aim is to be top four and we'll put forth a vital effort. We need to win but this is football. In some cases where you don't play well, this can occur, but we can't concede more than three goals in the future and I'm certain we'll gain from this."

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