English Premier League outfit Man United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has confessed to have been helped by the principles and doctrines of the club under legendary manager Alex Ferguson to win the game against West Ham United.
The Red Devils were outplayed against the London outfit all through the game but were lucky to have come out with all three points after a late double change by the former Red Devils forward.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer hints that he has always believed that the late double change is a part of Man United, noting that as it is practised by the legendary manager, you take a gamble when you are down with 15 minutes to go as stated by Alex Ferguson in 1999 Champions League finals.
However, the Red Devils can now boast of all three points and have been able to move a step forward to the fifth position in the Premier League table.
But Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will hope that his team is able to play better when they line up against La Liga outfit Barcelona later on Tuesday for the second leg of the quarter-finals at the Camp Nuo.
Man United will require a 2-0 win before they can be able to move ahead to the semi-finals.