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Premier League title race isn’t done, says Man Utd boss, Solskjaer



Manchester United manager, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, has sent a strong message to runaway league leaders, Manchester City, stating that they aren’t home dry just yet.

The Reds kept themselves in the second spot on the table after a 3-1 win over Newcastle at Old Trafford on Sunday night.

Relegation threatened Newcastle stunned the home side after Allan Saint-Maximin had cancelled out Marcus Rashford’s opener but second-half goals from Daniel James and Bruno Fernandes kept United tem points behind CIty who defeated Arsenal to maintain their perfect run in 2021.

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Solskjaer however, believes that something might still happen and  as such refuse to rule out a change at the top of the table come the end of the season.

“I am never going to say it’s done until it’s done,” he said. “We have seen so many examples of teams that have hung in there, have kept working and have kept doing their own jobs. Something might happen. It’s not something we think about – we just think about our own performances.

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“That’s the only thing we can control. We have got loads to play for, and as a team we’ve got loads to improve on.

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