Published: Mon, December 31, 2018
Life&Culture | By Mildred Hamilton

Manchester United's Paul Pogba has no need to showboat - Solskjaer

Manchester United's Paul Pogba has no need to showboat - Solskjaer

But, when Manchester United lose possession, instead of drifting back into our own half and inviting an attack, they instead remain in the opponent's half pressuring their players into making mistakes-something that was key to our town rivals winning the league last season. There is still a long way to go but to finish the year like that is attractive.

"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", he added. We managed the game much better than against Huddersfield. Pogba, a World Cup victor with France, celebrated that goal by performing a playful shimmy with his arms folded across his stomach - a move that TV cameras revealed he had been practising on the pitch before kickoff.

"We've had a great start and a slightly hard end to the first half of the season that we've just gone through", Howe said.

"I'm really pleased that he'll get goals".

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Pogba scored two goals for the second successive match and set up another as United's run of wins since sacking Jose Mourinho and appointing Solskjaer was extended to a third game.

Pogba is expected to start when Manchester United host Bournemouth at Old Trafford on Sunday. So, we try to play like that.

Rashford has been the starting striker under Solskjaer in all three games.

United's dominance told again in the 33rd minute, Pogba heading Ander Herrera's fine right-wing delivery past the stranded Asmir Begovic.

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Pogba produced a close-range finish in the fifth minute, added a header in the 33rd, and then - after Marcus Rashford had made it 3-0 and Nathan Ake replied for Bournemouth - provided the assist as substitute Romelu Lukaku made it 4-1 with 18 minutes to go.

Even after Eric Bailly was shown a straight red for a clumsy lunge with ten minutes to play, United controlled the final stages, easing to another convincing victory.

The France global feels a lot has changed in the two weeks since the former striker was appointed until the end of the season, as they have adopted an attacking style which suits the players at their disposal.

Against Bournemouth, United is expected to take home another three points against a club it has done very well against in recent years.

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