"The players that replaced the other didn't perform at a good level".
Alexis Sanchez joined Romelu Lukaku on the sidelines for Manchester United's clash with Brighton and Hove Albion, while Marcus Rashford was handed a start up front. I said during commentary that I felt if there's any player who wondered why he wasn't playing in the cup final, you can just show them this video. People always ask: 'Why always Lukaku?' Well, now they know why always Lukaku, and why always this player and why always that player. Why always this? Why always that? My players if you ask them I told them what was going to happen.
"I think we learned probably after the first few games, that the performances were good enough that we could compete, and I think that encourages the team and [gives them] a lot of confidence".
"We know how tough the Premier League is and to stay up and do it the way we did it is massive".
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United have conceded 27 goals in 2017/18, only one more than the runaway champions across town, and yet the goalscoring opportunities they allow opponents would result in 41 conceded if they had a run-of-the-mill Premier League goalkeeper.
They both missed Friday night's defeat at Brighton.. But before the hour mark, the host's effort was rewarded when they pushed forward and the cross of Izquidero met the head of Pascal Gross who powered in home to give them the lead.
"I never thought at half-time that Manchester United would come out in the second half and repeat their first-half performance, but they did. So it's a relief that we've done it and I'm really proud of the group of players".
"It wasn't the fact they played badly, their attitude was very bad".
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LeBron James and company were able to make a comeback in the second half, pulling off a one-point victory in overtime. A few of the players, including George Hill, are shown looking back to see what the commotion is.
"We put the pressure on in the last 20 minutes, but the goal wasn't meant to be and we are disappointed".
"We had the target to get the points to finish second, and they showed that for them it is more important than for us to finish second".
Chris Hughton's men had been beaten twice by United this season without scoring, but ending a six-game winless run in the Premier League moves them up to 11th.
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