Ole Gunnar Solskjaer: David De Gea not at fault

Arsenal move above Man Utd as Solskjaer suffers first league defeat

EPL 4th spot race: More than just cash at stake

Solskjaer suffered his first Premier League defeat since being appointed Manchester United's interim manager as Arsenal leapfrogged their opponents to move into the top four.

"The performance was good, but the result was disappointing. we lost and missed the chance to put pressure on Spurs", Solskjaer said.

The Gunners' boss said: "I don't know if this is our best performance this season". Solskjaer has been busy readying his men for their FA Cup quarterfinal clash with the high-flying Wolves at the Molineux on Saturday, with the Reds Devils' next league game not coming until the end of the month, when they face Watford at home.

Xhaka's first goal was a shot from distance which swerved mid air and wrong footed David De Gea.

All three of these clubs have shown in recent years that they can survive a season or two outside Uefa's top competition but for each of them clubs there are also clear and obvious immediate consequences of missing out.

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"I don't think there's enough contact there (on Alexandre Lacazette)". "We are happy to win and it was very important if you see the results from Tottenham and Chelsea", Granit told Arsenal.com.

United won 3-1 at Emirates Stadium in the FA Cup in January, with Lingard's moonwalking after his goal apparently still fresh in the minds of the Arsenal players.

The diehard Manchester United fan has committed suicide by hanging after the English team was defeated in the English Premier League by rivals Arsenal. "We are going to play some hard games but it is important we are consistent". "Proud to be a Gunner!" But we also have Chelsea in the mix.

But Solskjaer dismissed Xhaka's strike as "one of those things", adding: "I don't class it as a mistake".

But it is bad news for Huddersfield and Fulham at the other end of the table, both collecting far fewer points than the historic average - with the Cottagers recording a record low for a team in 19th spot after 30 games.

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