Manchester United boss Ole Gunner Solskjaer says he is happy with the performance of the Reds in the Europa league.
The Reds were victorious in both leg of the competition after beating Granada 2-0 in each in both leg of the Europa league game.
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Solskjaer was happy with the way his side were disciplined in the game as he claims it was a professional performance and chances were not given away in the game.
“When you go into these games 2-0 up, it’s a difficult one” Solskjaer said. “We’ve got to have a disciplined, professional performance, which I thought we had.
“We got the first goal from Edinson [Cavani], a very good goal, and I think that’s decided the tie. From then on it’s about not giving stupid chances away, and we didn’t until the last few minutes, when David [De Gea] had a very good save.”
The Norwegian was full of praise for his team with the attitude they show as a group, he also stated the fact that the need to end the season in the best way by getting to the final and winning it.
United will be playing Roma in the Semifinal of the competition and manager admits that the Italian team are good defensively and also full of experienced players.