Manchester United continued their recent upturn in form by beating Bournemouth 4-1 today at Old Trafford.
A brace from man of the match Paul Pogba and strikes from Marcus Rashford and Romelu Lukaku, made it three wins from three for United’s caretaker boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
Speaking after the game Solskjaer hailed his sides display and also gave some special praise to the hugely impressive Marcus Rashford.
“In the first half we attacked the game with a high tempo and high energy but the response to their goal was great. We managed the game much better than against Huddersfield.’’ The Norwegian told Sky Sports.
“We are still looking for a clean sheet – you can’t switch off for one second in this league.
“It’s a very very good performance, the crowd was enjoying it but now Newcastle, the next one, is a different kind of test.
“Marcus Rashford has been different class since I came. His work rate is unbelievable., He chases, closes down, runs in behind and his skill for Paul’s goal was great. He’s got all the chances in the world and the potential to be a top striker.
Next up for Manchester United is an away trip to Newcastle on Wednesday.