Manchester United goalkeeper Sergio Romero has highlighted that manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has brought back the happiness within the squad after guiding the club to five successive victories. The Norwegian was hired as the interim boss after the dismissal of Jose Mourinho and the 45-year-old has managed to transform the club’s fortunes with the perfect record.
Over the past five matches, United have not come against any stiff opposition but they have still secured victories which have closed the gap to the Champions League places to just eight points. Nonetheless, their credentials have not been entirely tested under the new head coach and their biggest challenge yet should come against Tottenham Hotspur on the road this weekend.
Unlike United, Spurs have had to contend with the additional League Cup semi-final against Chelsea in midweek and the Red Devils have the opportunity to take advantage of any fatigue within the hosts’ ranks when they tackle each other at the Wembley Stadium. Spurs have got the better of United in each of the previous two meetings without conceding a single goal.