Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, head coach of Manchester United has reviewed the League Cup quarter-final game against Everton (2-0).
“In football you never know what will happen ahead of time, the first goal always changes the game. I knew my substitutions would make a difference,” Solskjaer said to BBC.
“We got off to a great start; we were excellent for the first 20-25 minutes and we should have led by 2-3 goals. The opponents then had a good stretch, but after the 70th minute we were good again.”
“Cavani should have scored 3 goals in the first half. He is a top forward; he moves well and acts skillfully. His goal was great.”
“Great match: with fans, one-on-one battles, yellow cards, and chances at both sides. I enjoyed it.”
“We know we have players who will bring us a win if we can defend well. The guys are in a good mood and we will approach the next matches full of energy.”
“The semi-finals are sometimes worse than the finals because it is the worst moment to get out of the tournament.”