After the victory over Chelsea last weekend, now Manchester United are only three points adrift of the European Champions League zone. Berbatov was also enthusiastic about this fact, but he asked Solskjaer’s troops to maintain consistency.
Manchester United travel to Stamford Bridge stadium against host Chelsea last weekend. MU played effectively in the match. Chelsea actually performed quite well, unfortunately they missed two goals each through Martial and Maguire.
Of course, this victory is very important, but clearly a greater challenge awaits the Red Devils. Because the Manchester United’s players must be able to maintain consistency for the rest of the season in order to reach the target finish in the last four.
Former Manchester United striker, Dimitar Berbatov also commented on the match against Chelsea yesterday. According to him, the two teams both played well, but Manchester United were slightly more fortunate.
What is clear, this victory will further encourage and motivate the Red Setank to finish in the top four of the standings.
“Both teams played well but MU looked smarter than Chelsea. They maximize opportunities and get a little lucky. This victory will provide a big boost in hopes of qualifying for the Champions League next season. Now they have a great opportunity to set the pace of victory,” Berbatov said to Metro.
However, Berbatov reminded that Manchester United must be able to maintain consistency. Each match for the rest of the season will be a test for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s troops, including when facing Watford this weekend.
If you lose the match, of course victory over Chelsea is absolutely no use.
“Every game is a test and if they lose to Watford this weekend, what’s the use of (beating Chelsea)? Now they must be able to find consistency, maintaining a positive pace is very important and now the situation is easier because the top four are within their reach, “he said.
The problem with Manchester United this season is consistency. They managed to win over big teams such as Manchester City, Tottenham and Chelsea, but instead lost the match that could have been won.