Manchester United matchwinner Nani has revealed that no-one is giving up on the title after victory at Sunderland.
Chelsea are one point in front and must only beat Wigan Athletic at Stamford Bridge to ensure the trophy ends up in West London. But a draw or a defeat would open the door for Sir Alex’s men to win a fourth successive title.
Nani told reporters that : “We have a chance to win the league and we will fight until the end,”.
He also added that : “You never know what’s going to happen in football. We just have to wait and see and win our game [against Stoke City at Old Trafford].”
Nani played a key role in United’s win at the Stadium of Light on Sunday, firing home the only goal of the game after 28 minutes. It was his fourth goal in as many starts for the Reds since the beginning of April.
“I’m happy because I’ve scored a couple of goals and done well for the team recently,” he said. “I hope to do the same in the future.
“We had a lot of chances throughout the game but didn’t take enough of them. It was a difficult game – they played well and wanted to do well against us – so we’re happy with the result.”