Manchester Former Manchester United coach Louis van Gaal believes Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's tactics are more like José Mourinho. Solskjaer replied casually.
Solskjaer won praise after applying a more offensive style to Manchester United after being replaced by Mourinho in December 2018. The result was quite satisfying after the Red Devils returned to the competition between the top four of the Premier League and have qualified for the quarterfinals of the Champions League.
The Norwegian coach began to be compared to the legendary coach of the club, Sir Alex Ferguson. It is believed that Solskjaer brings the atmosphere of the locker room and the philosophy of playing in a similar way.
However, Van Gaal believes that Solskjaer is no different from Mourinho. The Portuguese coach is known for his strong defense tactics and counts on counterattacks.
"Louis van Gaal has the right to his own opinion," said Solskjaer, who has recently been appointed as MU's permanent manager. "Several matches we made were very high and gained aerial balls and dominated."
"He can discuss more about the game against PSG, a match in which we have to survive very well in various situations and counterattack," he continued. ESPNFC.
"It's about where you win the ball.You want to survive to win the ball to attack.You have to win the ball to attack and for me there are two ways.Can you attack quickly like we did? [melawan Watford]why not? As long as there is intention, when you win the ball, attack it. " (rin / rin)