Paul Pogba has certainly been a completely different player under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer – one that has been completely unshackled and let loose.
The Frenchman has so far bagged 4 goals and 3 assists under the Norwegian, having already surpassed the tally he had amassed in the 14 Premier League appearances he made under Jose Mourinho this season.
The 25-year-old also put in a man-of-the-match display against Bournemouth on Sunday, as his brace and an assist helped the Red Devils cut down the gap between them and Arsenal down to 3 points.
As evident from his performances, Pogba has been brimming with confidence lately. But that belief in himself has shot-up to such an extent, that the superstar has even begun practising his goal celebrations ahead of kick-off.
While the rest of the players were engaged in wrapping up their warm-up exercises before the encounter with the Cherries, Pogba was busy practising his celebration – one that he actually performed after netting his goal against Bournemouth.
After the full-time whistle, Pogba pointed out the difference between the tactics deployed by former boss Jose Mourinho and his current gaffer, paying tribute to Solskjaer’s brand of offensive approach.
“It is different, we still won games with the old manager but it is just a different style of playing, we are more offensive and we are creating more chances and that is how we want to play,” said the World Champion.
“We needed the win and we had a great performance as well. We are coming back and there is still a long way to go, but to finish the year like that is beautiful.”