London, Dec.13 (ANI): Concerned about his side’s poor run, Manchester United manager Louis Van Gaal has urged his players to keep fighting for the title, following their 2-1 defeat against Bournemouth in the Premier League.
According to Van Gaal, United would make a rapid turnaround when they will take on Norwhich City in their next league clash at Old Trafford.
The Dutchman urged his side to stick together and work harder in order to win the upcoming three matches in a row, the Guardian reported.
Reflecting on the defeat, the 64-year-old revealed that his players were very disappointed as they did everything possible to win the match against Bournemouth.
Meanwhile, Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe, whose side is featuring for the first time in Premier League, admitted that it was a great win for the club.
Van Gaal found himself at the receiving end of critics after his side made an early exit from the Champions League following a 2-3 defeat against Wolfsburg.
United are currently at the fourth place in standings and will aim to fight back when they will take on Norwhich City on December 19. (ANI)