Published: Sun, January 20, 2019
Life&Culture | By Sue Mclaughlin

Man United's Rashford the best in the Premier League - Solskjaer

Man United's Rashford the best in the Premier League - Solskjaer

Pogba isn't alone in his resurgence under Solskjaer, which has seen Manchester United reel off six wins in six games and climb back into the hunt for a top-four finish. The victory came exactly one month to the day since Solskjaer, who won numerous honours as a player at Old Trafford, was brought back to the club to be the interim manager until the end of the 2018-19 campaign.

"No one beats him on work-rate, no one beats him on attitude and he's very confident in front of goal at the moment, he finishes, tries to shoot, he doesn't think twice about it".

And when he was asked if he thought Rashford was now the best centre-forward in the division, Solskjaer said: "You can argue for many strikers but I'm glad he's in my team".

'As long as you take one game at a time and prepare well we should go into any game as winnable one.

"I think he found it hard under Mourinho".

Rashford's fine solo goal made it 2-0 after Paul Pogba had scored his 10th of the season from the penalty spot.

"You can't always play fantasy football".

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With the Red Devils picking up some serious momentum, the 21 year old has proven central to their good form and has quickly become a key player.

He said: "When I saw Paul last week in Dubai with the United squad, I had a little chat and congratulated him on the birth of his baby".

"I don't care whatsoever about records, I'm never bothered about these things".

While United are sixth, level on points with fifth-place Arsenal and three behind fourth-placed Chelsea, Brighton are 13th.

"Probably the biggest disappointment is that we gave ourselves a mountain to climb", he told the BBC.

The significant improvement in Pogba's performances since Solskjaer's appointment would seem to back Rooney's case. He has played all the games in the last few weeks.

"I thought there was a chance for us today, and if we started the game better, allowed ourselves not to be behind, particularly with the goals we had conceded, we could have got something".

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