Bournemouth (UK): Louis van Gaal challenged Manchester United to win their next three matches to sustain their Premier League title hopes.
Louis Van Gaal
Frustrated boss Van Gaal blasted the sloppy defending that led to Bournemouth's victory, insisting United must heed a "strong lesson'' from Dean Court defeat.
"I think that we have the selection to do that (win the league), but we are now in a very difficult position,'' said Van Gaal.
"We have to make a revival this week, and that's always very difficult because you have lost two in a row, and that doesn't happen often for Manchester United.
"Two set plays, two goals: you cannot accept that as a manager, a player, a team, because we pay a lot of attention to it."
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