I Won’t Panic After PSG Defeat – Solskjaer
Man.Utd Interim Manager, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has come out to say his team will not panic after suffering their first defeat against PSG.
Solskjaer was in a fine run after winning 10 and drawing one of Solskjaer’s first 11 games in charge before a 2-0 defeat by Paris St-Germain in the Champions League on Tuesday.
The Media have being more active so far and several fans sharing their opinions on what they think about the loss.
United next match is a visit to Chelsea in the FA Cup on Monday, a team who are low on confidence after losing by six goals against City.
“We still want to impose ourselves on games,” said Solskjaer.
“You don’t panic because you have lost a game – it doesn’t change the mindset. We need to keep working on the way we want to play.”
The Norwegian, 45, admitted French champions PSG’s approach to Tuesday’s game was not what he had been expecting, but said matches were decided by individuals rather than tactics.
“Every opponent gives you a tactical challenge but you try and solve them and create problems with your own tactics,” he said.
“Against PSG they came differently than what they’ve done before but games are mostly decided by individual skills not tactics.”