Dimitar Berbatov echoes Roy Keane’s criticism of Man United

Manchester United 1-0 Watford Mc Tominay header steers United to fourth round

"Roy Keane spoke about how shocked he was too see players hugging each other after the last Manchester derby".

".At the end of the game, the staff, smiling, hugging, the players chatting with each other, just get down the tunnel!"

Solskjaer said he was expecting an immediate reaction to the City defeat and does not believe a fourth successive semi-final exit has increased the pressure against Watford in another cup competition.

"He played last season".

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"They're missing someone who is dirty in the team, someone who can show the aggression that would give them an edge". For Ozturk, there's no way the former Ajax star could get the minutes he desires with players like Bruno Fernandes and Marcus Rashford still the club's top priorities. "United are too nice at times".

"Sometimes when you have these derbies in important matches, it's not about momentum or form", Berbatov said to Betfair, "it's about how much you want it, how smart and cunning the players are, if necessary use some dirty tricks, do whatever it takes to win".

City celebrate their second goal. "Last season I think he played in all three semis, in the Europa League, FA Cup and the Carabao Cup, and he had a great rise or a great first season".

"The striker will miss this one, although I still think United have enough about them to safely go through".

Manchester United are still waiting to win their first piece of silverware under Solskjaer after losing their third successive semi-final clash. Four times in a row is too many to be just a coincidence. It's hard when you've got good players, talented players, and you can't give them game time.

"Donny is going to play tomorrow (against Watford)", the manager continued.