Pogba at the double again as Solskjaer extends flawless start

Pogba at the double again as Solskjaer extends flawless start

Pogba at the double again as Solskjaer extends flawless start

Paul Pogba says Manchester United players are "enjoying themselves" amid interim coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's ideal start and feels they are "coming back" after their underwhelming beginning to the season.

France global Pogba scored two and made one in the 4-1 win at Old Trafford as Solskjaer continued his ideal start since taking over from Jose Mourinho.

"And all of them, they have really, really performed up to the top standards".

His work rate is unbelievable., He chases, closes down, runs in behind and his skill for Paul's goal was great.

One of the best examples is Paul Pogba, who arguably delivered his finest display of the season against the Cherries, bagging two goals and an assist for his efforts.

And Pogba gave voice to the difference under their new manager after the departure of Mourinho, with whom he had a fraught relationship.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has restored Manchester United's attacking elan in the short space of time he has been caretaker manager said defender Luke Shaw. The style of play has been significantly different to that displayed during most of Mourinho's time at the club, and Pogba feels Solskjaer's tactics now have United playing how they want to. "That's how we want to play, we want to attack, the manager wants to attack, and that's what we do on the pitch".

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Although the midfielder quickly deleted the post, he came under criticism for his remark - most notably from former United right-back Gary Neville who responded, "You do one as well".

Nathan Ake pulled a goal back for Bournemouth just before half-time, but Romelu Lukaku came off the bench to round off the scoring before Eric Bailly was shown a late red card to leave United to finish with 10 men.

Solskjaer said he hadn't felt the need to tell Pogba to cut out the showboating but clearly believes his message has got through.

Solskjaer was a surprise choice to take the reins following Mourinho's dismissal but is giving himself a chance to getting the job permanently.

Do you think Solskjaer should be considered for the permanent role?

"We want to go attacking". We've been at home two games and we have to entertain the fans.

A lightning United start brought the breakthrough after just five minutes - Rashford squirming past Ake out wide before skilfully beating Diego Rico, allowing him to play a teasing ball across the face of goal for Pogba's simple finish. "I just want to do my bit for the months I'm here".

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