Manchester United’s Nemanja Matic has spoken after their defeat to Leicester City on Saturday with as a huge game against Liverpool looms.
Jurgen Klopp’s side travel to Old Trafford next Sunday and they’ll want to maintain their unbeaten start to the season.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is under mounting pressure following the 4-2 to the Foxes, their second league defeat of the season.
Matic believes they’re still in the title race, however, and that they will ‘step up’ ahead of the Liverpool clash.
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“We are sorry for them [the supporters]. They support us, especially away [and] they are top,” he told the club’s official website.
“They deserve much, much better than this. We will do our best to make them happy in the future.
“But we have 14 points – we are still in the title race. We don’t want to give up until the end.
“Of course, we are disappointed. Everyone is sad, everyone is with their head down at the moment.
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“But when you play for Man United, if you don’t win the game of course you are disappointed, but we have to stick together.
“Every next game is the most important; every next game is a new challenge, an opportunity to show your qualities.
“We’re going to take responsibility; we’re going to step up and see what we can do. I’m sure that we can do a lot.”