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Ole Gunnar Solskjaer Manchester United Wolves FA Cup

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Despite the defeat, Solskjaer - whose side travel to Wolves for an FA Cup quarter-final on Saturday - has no issues with United's performance and believes they were unlucky to lose.

Solskjaer will have two weeks to mull over the performance while a number of his players head off to join their national teams. "That was the poorest performance we have had".

"It was a big step backwards I have got to say", said Solskjaer.

The team that was outplayed by Wolves was not far from the one that Solskjaer will send out against Lionel Messi and Co. next month and the same group of players will also be expected to reignite United's push for the top four.

"Because PSG we still had a chance to correct it and before then the last game I lost was against Ranheim on 26th August, so it was a long time ago".

"It's something natural that you can't perform to the highest level all the time", he said. Hopefully some of them will have good experiences with the national teams and some will have a few days off. While insisting that his initial run of success was not going to last forever, he was quick to say that United will be ready to go again once they return from worldwide duty. "Against Arsenal we just couldn't score, and this was poor".

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"They get a great starting position and when they win the ball back, they get at you at such speed and pace".

"This was the poorest we've played", Solskjaer told BBC Sport.

And former Liverpool FC star Lawrenson is backing Manchester United to claim victory and seal their spot in the FA Cup semi-finals on Saturday.

"We are looking forward to this tie and are happy to be here".

"Don't worry about the players' attitude because we come back they will be ready to go".

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