Solskjaer affirms MU cannot underestimate Tottenham

Faced with Tottenham Hotspur, Manchester United are more championed in winning the match. Coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer himself looks optimistic, but without looking down on the strength of the home team.

As is known, the Premier League will indeed continue again starting this weekend after over three months postponed. 20 The club will start playing 30th matchdays, starting at 6:00 PM later (6/20).

Manchester United against Tottenham Hotspur will be one of the opening matches of the re-launch of the Premier League this season. In the match later, the Red Devils will come to the headquarters of the North London club.

The match itself is planned to take place later Saturday in the morning (20/06).

Now, ahead of the super big match duel, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer looked very enthusiastic. However, he insisted his team would not underestimate Jose Mourinho’s troops, even though before the suspension they appeared less convincing.

“This is a very extraordinary match. This game is a big match, because we will face one of the best teams in the Premier League,”

“They were Champions League finalists less than a year ago, so this will be a difficult match,” Solskjaer was quoted as saying by the Manchester Evening News.

Furthermore, Solskjaer acknowledged that lately his players trained hard to welcome the continuation of the Premier League.

“Before this match we did a couple of 11 vs. 11 internal matches and also we did a trial against West Brom,”

“I think our conditions are good ahead of this fight, we are still young, and our players are still fit and we are ready to compete tomorrow night.” he said.

Both Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur currently need three points. Red Devils itself is currently ranked 5th in the standings, behind three points from the top four occupied by Chelsea.

In other words, Tripoin will be very crucial for the Red Devils. Even so, for Tottenham Hotspur who of course eyeing the best position in the final standings this season. Whereas currently the club directed by Jose Mourinho is ranked 8th.

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