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Solskjaer laments lack of concentration in FA Cup semis: 'The second goal was very avoidable'

The Man United manager focuses to Chelsea's extra 48 hours of groundwork for the game however guarantees it is anything but a reason for his side. 

Giroud's opener right before the half-time was 'a major blow'. 

With the subsequent goal, De Gea should spare shots like Mount's 'multiple times out of multiple times'. 

"Chelsea had an extra 48 hours, that's simply true however it's no reason, I can't utilize pardons. What will be will be, we would prefer to have the semi to play than not, I won't make a complain out of that," the United supervisor revealed to BBC post-coordinate. 

"Obviously, coming in at half-time with a goal after some time, lay off was a major blow for us. We lost fixation and that was frustrating. You realize Olivier Giroud's development, you realize he goes to the close to post and we ought to protect that better. We are excessively late in those circumstances. 

"The subsequent objective was truly avoidable. I can't represent David de Gea's certainty yet he is intellectually exceptionally solid. He realizes he should spare that one 100 times out of 100 yet that is football." 

The Blues scored three objectives past De Gea with Olivier Giroud and Mason Mount on track and Antonio Rudiger driving Harry Maguire to net an own goal. Presently Frank Lampard's men will confront Arsenal in the FA Cup final.

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