Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has made the perfect start to his caretaker managerial career at Manchester United, as his three matches so far have seen him maintain a hundred percent winning run.
Last night’s emphatic 4-1 win over Bournemouth meant that the club has scored 12 games in 3 games under Ole so far, with everyone contributing to some brilliant attacking display of football.
Pogba has been the man of the moment, while the others have pitched in with some stellar performances as well.
There is no denying the fact that the shackles that had the attackers tied down for so long have been broken by Ole, and the freedom is evident for one and all to enjoy.
Ander Herrera has also got assists and goals to his name since Ole’s arrival, and the Spaniard recently revealed how the Norwegian has helped the attackers since his arrival in Manchester.
The player revealed on BBC Match of the Day that Ole’s approach has been nothing but positive.
Herrera said: “Our manager told us on the first day, the best way to win a game when you are in the lead is to keep attacking and this is what the club has always been about.”
If this is not enough music to the ears of the supporters, he further added:
“When you win and score lots of goals you want to play as soon as possible and I hope we perform on Wednesday against Newcastle as we have today. We are still sixth but we should not be because of the quality we have.”