Manchester United were brought back to Earth will after a bump after their mid-week European exploits after Arsenal produced a resounding win over the Red Devils at the Emirates Stadium to steal a march on the race for top four in the Premier League.
I'm sure Keown's comments won't have gone down too well among Arsenal supporters as the former centre-back won three titles and three FA Cup's during an excellent career with the Gunners.
While Solskjaer admitted his players "did not have the zip" at the Emirates, ending a club record of nine straight away wins, he also attributed the loss to a soft spot kick decision, which was converted by Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.
The England global, who also scored twice in a league clash in north London last season, further irked Arsenal fans by posting his recent celebration on Instagram with the location set as "Dancefloor". There are still eight games and we want to win every game.
Performances like this in recent seasons have been lacking against the big teams, and it shows the marked improvement the team have made under Unai Emery this season, despite some fans trying to say to the contrary. We knew before the game about our chance because Man United had one more point than us.
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The Manchester United number one seemed to be completely bamboozled by a speculative looking effort from Granit Xhaka, moving to the left before helplessly watching the ball sail into the right side of his goal.
"It has been fantastic so far but today is the lowest..."
"Our goalkeeper is very important and sometimes the goalkeeper can save us, and today I'm very proud of his work".
"We are in the top four and the other teams now wait for our mistakes".
The Arsenal fans - who were in good form throughout - were chanting that they are coming for their arch rivals Spurs and the Gunner's boss was asked if he believed they could catch them and he said: "Yes we are positive".