Following their 2-1 win over Tottenham Hotspur, Jose Mourinho has revealed why Manchester United perform well in big games.
United have registered positive results against top sides after beating Tottenham Hotspur, Leicester City, Chelsea twice and drawing against Arsenal and Liverpool.
Solskjaer's side has struggled against the lesser teams, losing to Crystal Palace, West Ham United, Newcastle United, and Bournemouth.
Speaking in a press conference after the loss against United, Mourinho revealed why The Red Devils do well in big games, "I think is just the way it is. And you look to United results this season against the best teams, they had good results.
"I think at home when they play like they did Chelsea, Liverpool, Leicester, also a great team this season, they always had this kind of attitude. I think it's easier for them, the way they play.
"They are not afraid to be with a defensive approach, they are not afraid to be at home, to take their time, to be in control of the emotions of the game.
"Then lots of young people with lots of energy and good mentality and when they are winning matches. They are comfortable in this situation of low block and a giant dominating in the air and being fast in counter-attack with Marcus [Rashford], with James, with Jesse [Lingard], with [Anthony] Martial when he plays."