Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has praised his side’s never-say-die attitude after an inspired comeback saw his Reds complete a brilliant 3-2 comeback against Southampton earlier today.
United found themselves 2-0 down at the break during this afternoon’s domestic clash against the Saints.
However, an inspired substitution which saw new striker Edinson Cavani come on in place of Mason Greenwood acted as the catalyst behind an eventual 3-2 win.
Not long after Cavani’s introduction into the game, the South American set team-mate Bruno Fernandes up before going on to bag a brace himself.
Cavani’s two headers fired United into the lead and ensured the Reds left the South Coast will all three-points.
Speaking after this afternoon’s match, Solskjaer has been quick to praise his side’s attitude and draw emphasis to the club’s age-old philosophy of never being out of a game until it’s over.
🗣 Never give up. Never give in. That’s the Manchester United way. 👏🏼 pic.twitter.com/6VJQa5zMgl
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