Rashford’s quality showed despite injury - Solskjaer

Rashford’s quality showed despite injury - Solskjaer

Rashford’s quality showed despite injury - Solskjaer

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer revealed that Marcus Rashford played on through a dead leg before producing Manchester United's winning goal at Leicester City, which his manager described as a "great finish".

Speaking in a press conference ahead of his side's meeting with Leicester City on Sunday, Solskjaer credited his success to his dynamic forwards.

Even before his managerial days, the affable, baby-faced Solskjaer was a hero at Old Trafford: he scored within six minutes of his 1996 United debut and got the injury-time victor in their 1999 Champions League final win over Bayern Munich.

"They are the best in the world", Solskjaer, 45, said of the fans, still smiling after the match despite acknowledging his team had put in an under-par performance by recent standards. "He is one those lads who want to improve, who sees his game and wants to see what could have done better".

He got a dead leg early on but played through it.

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"When you have players like we have with pace - Paul [Pogba], Anthony [Martial], Alexis [Sanchez], Romelu [Lukaku], Marcus Rashford - that's how we played with Andy [Cole], Dwight Yorke, Ryan Giggs and Becks [David Beckham] down the sides".

Ole would do well to keep an eye out on his players' fitness however as they seemed to tire easily which resulted in sloppy play and if the opposition were a little more clinical, he could've been looked at a different result.

In midweek, Solskjaer had the opportunity to become the first Premier League manager to win his opening seven matches in charge of a new club, but United could only scramble a 2-2 draw against Burnley.

The Reds remain on the hunt to find a permanent boss so it's still unclear as to whether Solskjaer will be in the United dug-out come the start of next season. "But the most important is the team". "Now for Fulham, then we will think about PSG".

"We knew it was going to be impossible to win every single game, but we're going the right way".

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