Ole Gunnar Solskjaer believe that Premier League title race is far from over after their match with Leeds ended 0-0 on Sunday, given the last match between the sides produced eight goals.
The Reds had much the better of the contest and enjoyed the lion’s share of both the possession and goalscoring opportunities.But Marcelo Bielsa’s side did well to restrict Solskjaer’s men, who could reflect on few clear-cut chances – namely a Marcus Rashford free-kick and a Bruno Fernandes shot which was dragged wide.
Speaking to the BBC after the Leeds game, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer said: “We have to win every single game to put pressure on Manchester City.
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“This is two points dropped that makes them very safe. But we push on. We have two semi-finals coming up [against AS Roma] and Liverpool in the middle.
“It was a difficult week last week [due to the European Super League fallout] but it is the business end of the season. You work so that every game matters.”
Man City, who face Crystal Palace away next week, need just 8 points from their 5 remaining games to secure the Premier League title.