Manchester United boss, Ole Gunner Solskjaer, has hit back at suggestions from Chelsea coach, Frank Lampard and Tottenham Hotspur manager, Jose Mourinho, that the Red Devils have benefited from more VAR decisions and have been "luckier" than other Premier League clubs this season.
"Talking about the red card Romeu should have had against us when he nearly got Mason Greenwood crippled, that should've been a red card, maybe that would've helped us".
"Talking about Mark Noble when he should have been sent off against us when we lost at West Ham, talking about the actual decision that is made that is against Man Utd but is overturned and corrected".
Manchester United and Chelsea will fight it out today for a place in the FA Cup final, but the verbal battle between the two managers had already begun before their clash at Wembley.
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Pogba doesn't need to be a social-media star, he should focus his attention on performing on the pitch and when he plays with the kind of enthusiasm we have seen in the last few weeks, he could be a huge asset to United moving forward. "We are fit and the players are raring to go and want to play again". As for offsides, if it's on or off, that is clear'. That we have been lucky more than unlucky.
Solskjaer has also revealed using his own experience of being a United striker to help in-form Marcus Rashford and Anthony Martial in front of goal. "They are not going to be influenced by any emotion in any way, so I don't think they'll read it [what Lampard said]".
"We're playing a good team, they are in good form and whoever would await us in the final will be a good team, so the work is to be done". "Because when players of such high level, quality and speed of the Manchester United forwards travel quickly you have to move your feet and not dive in on them", Lampard said, according to Mirror.
"The chances are still there for them, Chelsea and Leicester have had a few slips recently, so I am still confident that United will finish in the top four".