Man United into EPL's top 4 after beating Southampton 3-2

Antonio Valencia

Antonio Valencia joined Manchester United from Wigan in 2009

United move above Arsenal into fourth and just three points behind third-placed Spurs after today's win, with Solskjaer revealing that he is excited about the remainder of the season.

"It looks like his ligaments but hopefully he won't be out too long", said Solskjaer, whose team plays Paris Saint-Germain in the second leg of its Champions League last-16 matchup.

No updates from me, the club and David are in dialogue, hopefully they'll agree, it's out of my hands but I'm sure we'll do what we can.

"He's got high energy quality in his passing, crossing and shooting, so pleased for him, a goal and an assist, it's a nice day for him to remember".

"We did that before I had won two or three games and all this talk about if I should stay on or not". He has had a couple of bad experiences here and we all know he is an Academy kid.

Manchester United overturn a half-time deficit to register a dramatic 3-2 victory over Southampton in Saturday's Premier League clash at Old Trafford.

It means Solskjaer could be back in charge of Molde while fronting the campaign to get fans to Old Trafford.

"I've been part of that so many times myself".

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"We had character and belief more than quality. We have done it so many times before".

Six minutes later, United were ahead thanks to Romelu Lukaku.

United had the chance to add gloss in stoppage time after Rashford was fouled by Armstrong, but Gunn denied Paul Pogba's spot-kick. Just one minute after replacing the injured Alexis Sanchez, Diogo Dalot gave the ball to Pereira, and the Brazil worldwide curled a stunning effort into the back of the net to equalise on 53 minutes.

And the Saints could also have been awarded a penalty or two in the first-half.

Pereira showed his strength to hold off challengers in midfield before slipping through an excellently-timed pass for Lukaku who finished clinically from 15 yards.

Yan Valery rocked Old Trafford with a long-range opener for Southampton in the 26th, only for Andreas Pereira to make it 1-1 with a similarly impressive effort from distance in the 53rd.

Ander Herrera, Nemanja Matic, Jesse Lingard, Juan Mata and Anthony Martial all missed the win over Southampton while Pogba is already ruled out against PSG because of suspension.

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