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Manchester United boss Louis van Gaal sets sights on third place

Louis Van Gaal is aiming for third place as he predicted Manchester United's ability to win the games that matter will propel them into the Champions League. 

On a day when Old Trafford paid a glowing salute to club legend Sir Bobby Charlton, who a champion of young talent, it was fitting that a terrific move involving Tim Fosu-Mensah and Marcus Rashford set up Antony Martial to score the goal that secured a hard-fought win over Everton. 

Van Gaal was honest enough to admit that United did not play well – they only had two shots on target – but he was thrilled his players got the job done, as they remain a point behind fourth-placed Manchester City. 

United face a trip to Tottenham next week but they have thrived in the major contests of late – since the turn of the year they have won at Anfield and the Etihad Stadium, as well as beating Arsenal – and Van Gaal feels they are coming into form at the right time. 

A champions League spot is now the target for the Dutch Man whose future with the club is in doubt.

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Manchester United boss Louis van Gaal sets sights on third place


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