Sport Nagelsmann on Solskjaer: "I'll slide him away first"

20:25  27 october  2020
20:25  27 october  2020 Source:   sport1.de

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For Julian Nagelsmann, the match between Manchester United and RB Leipzig is a special one. The coach has a lot to do with his counterpart Solskjaer.

Nagelsmann über Solskjaer: © Provided by sport1.de Nagelsmann about Solskjaer: "I will slide him away first"

coach Julian Nagelsmann from RB Leipzig has still not forgiven Bayern fright Ole Gunnar Solskjaer for the late winning goal in the 1999 Champions League final.

"I'll slide him away tomorrow," said Nagelsmann jokingly before the meeting with Manchester United's team manager in the second game of the Champions League group stage on Wednesday ( Champions League: Manchester United - RB Leipzig on Wednesday from 9 p.m. in the LIVETICKER ) in Old Trafford.

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Nagelsmann, a Bayern Munich fan as a child and adolescent, experienced the legendary final on the couch in front of the TV. "I wasn't the happiest person. My dad was a Gladbach fan at the time and he teased me a bit," said Nagelsmann: "He was happy that Bayern didn't win. I wasn't that happy. I'll be Ole Gunnar Solskjaer still greet normally and no longer be angry. "

Nagelsmann's respect for the history of the English record champions is great. "Ryan Giggs, Rio Ferdinand, Paul Scholes, Ruud van Nistelrooy, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer - there have been a few very, very great players who have been here and are currently still. It's a club with a lot of tradition," said Nagelsmann .

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 Nagelsmann's plan for Basaksehir's RB Leipzig will have to do without Lukas Klostermann in the Champions League game against Basaksehir Istanbul on Tuesday evening. The central defender is not the only person who gives the Saxons a headache. © imago images wants to survive the preliminary round with RB: Julian Nagelsmann. Klostermann is absent due to knee problems that caused him to be substituted at the league game last weekend in Augsburg (1: 1).

Leipzig want second win at ManUnited

United's start to the season was not so good, "but the last games have gone in the right direction. They are difficult to defend and have a lot of quality in the final third," said Nagelsmann.

After the opening win against Turkish champions Basaksehir Istanbul (2-0), RB Leipzig is still aiming for the second success: "We are confident enough to say that we want to win the game. Six points at the start would be excellent and a step up the way to the next round. " In the 1999 final in Barcelona (1: 2),

Bayern Munich lost the triumph that was believed to be certain. Teddy Sheringham and Solskjaer scored for the British in added time. Test

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Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer may have dismissed Roy Keane's suggestion this week that the players would cost him his job but the manner of Wednesday's Champions League defeat supported the former United great's claim. The Champions League had prior to Wednesday provided respite for Solskjaer from a desperate start to the Premier League campaign. United are languishing in 15th spot after making their worst start to a league campaign in 48 years and face a tricky trip to Everton on Saturday.

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