Gary Neville recalls Ronaldo goal and compares it to Martial's

Gary Neville recalls Ronaldo goal and compares it to Martial's

Add a lacking structure in front of them, with a careless Jean Michael Seri and you get this, 58 goals conceded in 26 matches.

Pogba was so brilliant during the 3-0 win that somebody compiling his individual highlights was simply inevitable and YouTube user "RedDevilsTV" stepped up to the plate on Saturday evening.

Manchester United have been resurgent in the last few weeks after Jose Mourinho was sacked and former player Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was appointed as the interim manager.

A brace from Paul Pogba and stunning solo goal from Anthony Martial secured the points for the Red Devils, moving them into the top four at the expense of Chelsea, who face Manchester City at the Etihad on Sunday.

While he felt that speculation of a run for the title was overblown, he said United could still have some influence over who wins the league.

And the Manchester United interim boss has now expressed his delight at seeing the England worldwide sign a new long-term contract with the Red Devils. His first touch was nearly always heavy and he had just one shot throughout, a headed miss. "There are big games coming up and that will decide where we're going to stay at the end of the season".

"(Being in the top four) is a big thing", conceded Solskjaer.

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"But my players are very.... not anxious, but they want to score immediately to draw the match and against big teams that is hard and we conceded to them the counter-attack". There's still a long way to go but we want to stay there.

Six of Pogba's goals have been penalties, but that shouldn't detract from the World Cup winner's influence under Solskjaer.

"It's never about one person when the team is winning games of football".

The Norwegian said: "I have to trust the players, I didn't feel there was a problem playing any of them".

The likes of Paul Pogba, Marcus Rashford and Anthony Martial have all returned to form after struggling earlier in the season, with the 45-year-old now having been tipped by many to take the job on a permanent basis.

"It's a squad game and today of course it's a chance for everyone to say "I want to play on Tuesday night because it's a big game". "He came into the dressing room".

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