Manchester United manager Ralf Rangnick has called on the team to maintain the pressure on their top-four rivals as they face Watford at the weekend. Rangnick replaced Ole Gunnar Solskjaer following a 4-1 loss againt Watford in November. The team has secured 25 points from the 12 games that he has been in charge of while moving up to fourth in the table from sixth.
“It’s very important but this is the case for almost every game we play in the future. We have to keep the momentum, win tomorrow against Watford, and then be ready to face the top teams. We have to be prepared for tomorrow,” Manchester United manager Ralf Rangnick said. “It could be but it only makes sense to take one game after another. The job now is to fully recover and play at the highest level possible tomorrow at home to win and then we have a full week to prepare for the derby.”
“Yes, I know the song. Rhythm is a Dancer! I know that song and I know how creative our supporters are. The headlines are logical but it wasn’t just him. The other subs helped to change the game, Matic included,” he added. “We were too cautious and too static in the first half and Atletico was allowed to put pressure on us. This changed in the second half and this was one of the major reasons why we were able to equalize. In the final 10 minutes, we might well have won the game.”