Ole Gunnar Solskjaer insists his side, Manchester United, will not be carried away after thrashing Southampton 9-0 ahead of the match against Everton at home early tomorrow morning.
The Red Devils embarrassed the Saints at Old Trafford on Wednesday, although their big win was also contributed by a red card sent to Alexandre Jankewitz as early as the second minute before the visitors lost another player at 6-0 when Jan Bednarek was also instructed. off the field – the red card is then canceled through the appeal process.
It was the most ideal revival for United after a shock defeat to Sheffield United at home and tied without a goal with Arsenal before the match.
United manager Solskjaer, who confirmed Edinson Cavani could be brought down after suffering an ankle injury against Southampton, said his team’s focus now was only on the match against Everton after recording a big win that also matched the club’s highest goal record.
“Sometimes you have to deal with good things well and bad things badly.
“What our players will take from the match is that we did the right thing. No one will be carried away by the number of goals, we face 10 players throughout the match.
“It dampened them when they lost a player. When we led 2-0, the match was over for them. We had no intention of the match, the focus now is on the match with Everton,” he said.