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Solskjaer claims a packed Old Trafford would have enabled United to beat Chelsea

Football.london Sunday, 25 October 2020
Solskjaer claims a packed Old Trafford would have enabled United to beat ChelseaThe Red Devils and Blues played out a dull stalemate on Saturday evening which raised concerns about both sides' quality
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