What Mata & Pogba Commented On Rashford’s Instagram After Bournemouth Win

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Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has drastically improved the manner in which Manchester United have been functioning on the pitch. The interim boss has got the team playing phenomenal football, with several players upping their game in the process.

One such player to have rediscovered top form is Marcus Rashford. The young forward has been devastating in the previous three games, with his best display arguably coming in Sunday’s Premier League encounter against Bournemouth.

The Englishman managed to bag one goal and one assist in the 4-1 win, with the latter being a dazzling skillful run which was followed by a welcoming tap-in opportunity provided to Paul Pogba.

After the game, Rashford posted a picture of himself dribbling past two Bournemouth players on Instagram, captioning it aptly with a magician hat emoji.


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The picture received some amazing comments from Manchester United‘s humongous world-wide fanbase, with the likes tally reaching well over 760,000. His fellow teammates also joined the party, with Spanish playmaker Juan Mata commenting ‘wonder kid’ on the post.

Further, young full-back Diogo Dalot wrote “What a player!” accompanied by two heart emojis, whilst team talisman Paul Pogba added: “Marcus Rashford you made me dream today mate.”


Solskjaer’s Reaction To Marcus Rashford’s Sublime Skill vs Bournemouth

Manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer also heaped praise on the 20-year-old forward during his post-match interview, stating: “I said it a couple of days ago about his attributes, he’s got everything and really pleased he will get goals, he’s got two now in three games.

“But his work rate, that’s a big pleasing thing for me, with the whole team, because we shouldn’t be outworked by anyone, and he’s the catalyst.

“When you’ve got a striker, first he drops in and works on their defensive midfielder, then he closes the centre backs down, then it’s the full-back, then it’s the goalkeeper, I’ll have to slow him down at times!”