After having beaten Chelsea 2-0 at Stamford Bridge in the FA Cup, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side will next face Wolves in the quarters.
The Manchester United fans were heard aloud on Monday night, as they cheered the side on and got the players all pumped up.
The wave of positivity was there after the match as well, as the club’s legendary manager Sir Alex Ferguson, who was in attendance at the Bridge to watch the match, met three of United’s substitutes.
The legendary manager showed his humble nature and class as he stopped for a chat.
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The Scot, who looked visibly happy in the stands throughout the match, met the likes of Scott McTominay, Alexis Sanchez and Diogo Dalot, who were doing their customary post-match cool-downs when Sir Alex stopped to have a few words with them.
This is not the first time that Fergie has met with the players after the games. Since Ole has come in, Fergie has already visited training sessions on more than one occasion.
According to reports, Solskjaer has got the backing of Sir Alex as well as the Manchester United hierarchy to become the club’s next permanent boss.