Odion Jude Ighalo scored brace against Derby and dedicated it to his late sister ‘Mary‘ as he fire Manchester United into the quarter-final of FA Cup on Thursday night, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has commend him and happy with his performance against Derby last night.
Ighalo’s double was dedicated to his late sister Mary to shown that he will never forget her despite the death separation between them.
The 30-year-old Manchester United striker Odion Jude Ighalo scored twice in the FA Cup 5th round game against Derby to secure Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side 3-0 win over Derby as they are through to the quarter-finals.
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Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, speaking to BT Sport: “When you win 3-0 you should think so [be a comfortable win] but there were some scary moments in there. Early on I didn’t think we played particularly well but when you get two goals like we did that is pleasing.”
On Luke Shaw: “He is getting better and better and is in good form now. Left back or left centre back he has worked hard after injuries and deserves it.”
On Odion Ighalo: “When you get strikers in you want them to be happy and confident. He has come in here and of course we still have a few injuries and it is great for us to have Odion to call upon. He is a different striker for us and scores some good goals, there are not many who could dig that one out for his first. We have a team of good players.”
On Wayne Rooney: “Everyone loves Wayne, all the supporters at Manchester United appreciate what he did. He played well. He shows class and sometimes he has too much time on the ball for my liking.”
On Maguire injury: “Harry Maguire rolled over on his ankle. We hope so [that he will play against Manchester City in the derby at the weekend]. I wasn’t going to rest him today but I think he will be OK.”