Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer admits injuries have really had a great hit on his team this term.
United were relatively unscathed earlier in the campaign, but they have seen injuries pile up in past weeks.
The likes of forward Marcus Rashford, Paul Pogba, Edinson Cavani, Anthony Martial and Donny van de Beek have all struggled for fitness.
United then went on to lose 3-1 by Leicester City in the FA Cup quarter finals on Sunday.
And Ole while speaking to reporters post-game, said: “I think we’re building a squad that can cope with it, but we’ve had six or seven injuries at the same point, in the same positions to be fair, and that’s made some players play a lot.
“That’s something we have to get used to. If and when we are to be successful, we have to handle this and of course hit a higher level than what we did today.
“That’s what we’re striving towards. I’ve been impressed, under these circumstances, which are unprecedented.
“I don’t think anyone in the world, or in England, has experienced these times before and I’ve been impressed by my boys.
“They’ve been excellent and the run we’ve been on has been excellent.
“Unfortunately, we just couldn’t find our normal selves tonight and sometimes that happens.”