Solskjaer’s shocking statement before facing Granada: “They have claw”

The grenade continues to cause surprise in the Europa LeagueAfter their historic classification in this competition, the Spanish team advanced to the quarterfinals. This time his rival is Manchester United, a giant from England. Solskjaer, coach of the Red Devils stressed that the team “They have claw” and showered praise to the team of Diego Martinez in the preview of the first leg.

“He has impressed me a lot, he has many virtues and that x factor necessary to be the revelation team. We are not going to relax, we have passed some very high hurdles in the competition and they have qualified against important rivals, it will be a very difficult match, “said the Scottish coach. The duel will be at 8:00 p.m. (Spain), 4:00 p.m. (Argentina, Chile, Uruguay), 2:00 p.m. (Colombia, Peru).

The coach commented on the importance of commitment: “It is the most important game of the season and every player knows that it is a great match. We know that it is the first part of the tie, but against Real Sociedad and Milan we managed to win away and that is vital to achieve qualification, “he said. «It is a competitive team, with character and claw. They have had a great season and it is the team that has played the most games in Europe, it is impressive, “he added.

Finally, he commented on the merits of his rival to reach this stage of the competition: “It is no surprise that they have come this far. They have an attitude, great values ​​and a lot of work, they are very good in the less showy aspects, they are very solid and hard-working, but they also have a lot of quality players. They have eliminated Naples and Molde for some reason.

Probable lineups

Grenade: Rui Silva; Vallejo, Germán, Domingos Duarte, Víctor Díaz; Gonalons, Yangel Herrera, Montoro; Kenedy, Machís and Soldado. Manchester United: Henderson; Shaw, Maguire, Lidelof, Wan-Bissaka; Pogba, McTominay, Fernandes; James, Greenwood and Cavani. The game will be broadcast on ESPN and ESPN Play for South America and Mexico, in Spain on the Champions League channel.

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