Manchester United is on an 11 match unbeaten streak under new interim manager Ole Gunner Solskjaer.
Manchester United boss Ole congratulated defender Victor Lindelof for his performance against Leicester City before going to watch PSG match.
The Swedish defender is one of the many players to shine under the new manager Ole after his taking over from Mourinho.
According to the reports from Manchester Evening News, Even though the manager is in hurry to catch the game in Lyon, he didn’t forget to praise the defender before leaving.
Victor Lindelof was between the interview with the Norwegian television station TV2 when Ole interrupted the defender to congratulate the player for his performance in the game. The United manager said, “Good fight today, Victor. But sorry, I just have to run!”.
The Manchester Untied boss and mike Phelan rush to the airport to catch the flight to France to watch their champions league opponent PSG match against Lyon.
Even though the manager is happy with the win and his performance in the win, Lindelof is not satisfied with United performance in the last game. He said, “We followed the match plan all right. We wanted a little more of the ball and control the match a little better”.
‘It was a tough match against a tough opponent. ‘I think we could have handled the second half a little better when we had the ball. But we won, 1-0 and no goals conceded, so we are happy.’
Manchester United performance is getting better each game and Lindelof is starting to show class and maturity in his game every week. Ole is absolutely right to praise the player for his performance which shows his belief in the players and his dedication for the team.