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Solshire: The competition for the league title isn't over yet


 Solshire: The competition for the league title isn't over yet

Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer refuses to admit that his team has lost the chance to win the Premier League this season.

Manchester United regained second place in the English Premier League from Leicester City, after defeating Newcastle United 3-1, in the match that brought them together in the 25th round of the competition at Old Trafford.

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Solshire said in comments highlighted by Sky Sports:
  "I will not say that the competition for the league title is over until it is already over."

And continued
  "We have seen some teams that have stopped competing for the title, who knows something might happen. We don't think about the other teams. We just think about our performance. This is the only thing we can control."

Manchester United are second in the Premier League table, 10 points behind leaders Manchester City.

The Norwegian added in statements, most notably his club's website

"We cannot control any other team, we just have to control ourselves and be the best possible Manchester United team in every match."

And about the difference in the team’s performance during the two halves of the Newcastle meeting, he explained, "We had to increase the tempo a little in the second half, especially in the last third, and I felt we were able to do so."

And completed
"It was about moving the ball faster and being smarter at our position. I felt in the second half that we found our positions better and scored some good goals."

The Manchester United hat-trick was recorded by Marcus Rashford, Daniel James and Bruno Fernandez.

The only goal for Newcastle came via Alan Saint-Maximin.