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Solskjaer not happy with Manchester United’s EFL Cup semi-final performance

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Ole Gunnar Solskjaer put Manchester United’s latest semi-final heartbreak down to meeting “probably the best team in England” rather than a psychological problem after their derby loss to Manchester City.

Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer said in their EFL Cup semi-final derby loss his side was just not good enough.

The way United conceded, Solskjaer was disappointed but gave great credit to the in-form hand of Pep Guardiola.

“Manchester City can score many great goals. You can accept that. When you concede two simple set-plays, it’s very disappointing. Just not good enough in those moments,” he told Sky Sports.

“We didn’t create enough big chances. They didn’t either. We didn’t have the extra finesse we’ve had in the games lately, we weren’t good enough.”

“We played against a very good Manchester City team, they played well. When they play well you have to play very well to beat them. We were just lacking that little bit.”