Published: Wed, March 13, 2019
Sports | By Johanna Francis

Premier League clubs have chance to match Champions League record

Premier League clubs have chance to match Champions League record

Marcus Rashford and his United team-mates each pulled into the club's training ground in the rain where they will be put through their paces by Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.

Manchester United were brought back to Earth will after a bump after their mid-week European exploits after Arsenal produced a resounding win over the Red Devils at the Emirates Stadium to steal a march on the race for top four in the Premier League.

Solskjaer took over from the sacked Jose Mourinho after United's 3-1 defeat to Liverpool in December, and - despite his appointment being viewed initially as an attempt to jolt positivity into an ailing team - the Norwegian has shown himself to be more of a tactical mind than many had previously given him credit for.

"Spurs lose, we lose, Chelsea draw, it's going to be down to the wire, the last few games definitely", added Solskjaer. There are still eight games and we want to win every game.

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Arsenal goalkeeper Bernd Leno enjoyed another fine display and did well to keep out Lukaku on two occasions, with Gunners head coach Unai Emery pleased with the progress he is witnessing. "I think we can enjoy the support, today I think they helped us but we need to do it with respect".

"We knew Manchester United could use different tactics but we wanted to impose our gameplan and I think we did that". "We are happy to win and it was very important if you see the results from Tottenham and Chelsea", Granit told Arsenal.com.

Spurs now lead the way in third place on 61 points with north London rivals the Gunners only a point behind in fourth, meanwhile a resurgent United are on 58 points and Chelsea - who have a game in hand on the rest - are on 57.

The Arsenal fans - who were in good form throughout - were chanting that they are coming for their arch rivals Spurs and the Gunner's boss was asked if he believed they could catch them and he said: "Yes we are positive".

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