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UCL: Solskjaer reacts to 3-1 loss to Paris St Germain

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Manchester United manager, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, has said that the club has to move on from the 3-1 loss to Paris St Germain in the UEFA Champions League.

United got beaten at home by PSG with Neymar scoring two goals to boost his side’s chances of making it to the next round of the competition.

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Reacting to the loss, Solskjaer said that United now have to prepare for their next game against RB Leipzig.

“We’ve got to dust ourselves off and be ready for Leipzig.

“We know our destiny is in our own hands. We’re playing a good team but we’re developing into a better team as well,” Solskjaer said after the game.

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On the second yellow card which sent off Fred in the second half, Solskjaer said that there was no foul committed by the Brazilian.

“Fred has played really well. We spoke about staying calm and on your feet. The second yellow card was nowhere near a foul. Ander knows that,” Solskjaer told BT Sport.

He added: “Fred shouldn’t put his head towards him [for the first yellow]. I don’t think he touched him. He was a bit lucky to stay on.”

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