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Solskjaer advises Guardiola not to rejoice prematurely: Championship is long, there are surprises

Solskjaer advises Guardiola not to rejoice prematurely: Championship is long,

The Manchester United coach invites his Manchester City rival not to get excited prematurely, as the Premier League offers surprises until the end

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The English Premier League is the strongest and most beautiful championship in the world. This strength and beauty is naturally given by the rivalry of the constituent teams, where there are about 6 teams competing for the title and this rivalry lasts until the end. This edition has a strong clash for the head between the two Manchester, which is evident from the opposite and ironic attitudes of the coaches Solskjaer of United and Guardiola of City. Everything looks beautiful and open, while the "devils" warn the "citizens" to be careful. Thus, Manchester United coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has warned the leader Manchester City that his team will not make any concessions in an attempt to put pressure on him in the race for the Premier League title, after the 3: 1 victory against Newcastle. at Old Trafford. Markus Rashford, Daniel James and Bruno Fernandes scored for the Red Devils' first win in their last three games, while Allan Saint-Maxim scored the only goal for the visitors at Old Trafford. That victory came after a deep 4-0 triumph against Real Sociedad in the Europa League on Thursday and, according to Solskjaer, United have overcome the failure of past weeks. But despite the victory, United are 10 points behind leader and rival Manchester City after 25 games. However, the Norwegian coach does not intend to give up. "I will not say that it is over until it ends. We have witnessed many teams that have been held, have continued to work and have done their job. "Something could happen," Solskjaer said. In fact, Manchester City this season is the perfect machine. Thanks to the minimal 0-1 success against Arsenal at the "Emirates Stadium" with a goal by Rahim Sterling in the 2nd minute, Pep Guardiola's team recorded the 18th consecutive victory in all competitions and the 13th in a row in the Premier League. With the triumph over the Gunners inside London Manchester City climbed to the quota of 59 points and convincingly leads the championship after 25 weeks with 10 points advantage from the two closest followers Manchester United and Leicester. Pep Guardiola in the interview after the match maximally praised the performance of his team, underlining: "It was a difficult match. Mikel is very smart and we did not have available the players we have played in the last few games, but we did. We started the game very well, especially in the first 15-20 minutes. "We did a perfect second half and I am happy with the three points because we got them at the Emirates and I know how well Mikel Arteta's team plays in their own stadium." The Spanish coach also spoke about the excellent performance of "Citizens" during this period, revealing the secret of consecutive victories. "The secret of consecutive victories? This record will be broken one day, but the only secret is to think about the next game. "I did not expect this performance in the last two months, we must always remember the triumphs we achieved at Anfield against Liverpool, but also against Tottenham and Everton." "The secret of consecutive victories? This record will be broken one day, but the only secret is to think about the next game. "I did not expect this performance in the last two months, we must always remember the triumphs we achieved at Anfield against Liverpool, but also against Tottenham and Everton." "The secret of consecutive victories? This record will be broken one day, but the only secret is to think about the next game. "I did not expect this performance in the last two months, we must always remember the triumphs we achieved at Anfield against Liverpool, but also against Tottenham and Everton."