Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has taken a swipe at Liverpool by telling them it might be impossible for anyone to repeat Manchester United's treble triumph.
Jurgen Klopp's men were on course to repeat the feat this season after storming clear in the title race and reaching the latter stages of the Champions League and FA Cup.
But the dream died at Stamford Bridge last night when the Reds crashed out of the FA Cup fifth round with a shock 2-0 defeat to Chelsea.
No side has come close to matching what United did in 1999, when Sir Alex Ferguson led his men to Premier League, Champions League and FA Cup glory.
Solskjaer completed the feat with a sensational stoppage time winner in the Nou Camp as United came from behind to beat Bayern Munich 2-1 to conquer Europe.
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The Norwegian reckons the achievement might never be matched and he said: "For me it was a fantastic final to play in in 1999.
"It's always been the last game of the season, a spectacle. You can never ever underrate the FA Cup and how much it means.
"For us it was a big step towards the semi-final against Arsenal (in the FA Cup). It was maybe the turning point. The 'Treble' was a fantastic achievement.
"We hope we're going to do it again, but it's a difficult task and more or less impossible. There are so many good teams around, things have changed domestically.
- Jurgen Klopp
- Ole Gunnar Solskjaer
- Sir Alex Ferguson
- FA Cup
- Manchester United FC
- Liverpool FC
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