Published: Mon, February 04, 2019
Sport | By Ashley Hunter

Why Solskjaer Traveled To France Merely 20 Minutes After The Leicester Match

Why Solskjaer Traveled To France Merely 20 Minutes After The Leicester Match

Manchester United striker Marcus Rashford celebrated his 100th Premier League appearance with a fine goal to secure a 1-0 win over Leicester City and maintain Ole Gunnar Solskjær's dream start as interim manager.

Luckily against Leicester there didn't seem to be such a problem and Manchester United's quick start saw them get all three points in the end.

But he did admit that improvement is needed, adding: "We know we've got plenty of things to work on and I think we'll see that progression in the next few weeks because it's going to be a tough and enjoyable February".

"Both owners wished me all the best because they knew this is something I dreamed about".

The England worldwide has nine Premier League goals this season and scored in five of his last six games in the competition.

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But Solskjaer defended the Chilean's performance, saying: "He did well, we had to change the game. It was a handsome pass, great finish".

United were 11 points off the top four when Solskjaer was appointed, but have since narrowed that gap to five points ahead of their trip to Leicester City on Sunday, making the Norwegian a strong candidate to be given the job permanently. They have a manager they can believe in and in Rashford and Pogba they have two players who could dominate the Premier League for years to come.

"I am always in the position to tell United who they should look at, and that will continue after the summer if I'm not still here", he said. Marcus had a great chance from Luke Shaw's cross and finished the ball fantastically well when Paul [Pogba] played him through.

Rashford can make himself Manchester United's centre-forward - they don't need to go and buy anyone else, he's your centre-forward that can take you to a title or a Champions League.

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