Solskjær, Man United’s serial savior

CAIRO – 1 January 2019: Ole Gunnar Solskjær does not have the experience of Jose Mourinho, the strong personality of Sir Alrx Ferguson and he is not a tactical genius like Sir Matt Busby; however, he has been the savior for Manchester United since he was appointed as the club caretaker manager this month.
Solskjær, who has been always a savior for Manchester United when he wore the club jersey between 1996 and 2007, is doing great with Manchester United and led them to achieve three consecutive victories at the League.
Manchester United’s first game under Solskjær’s command was against Cardiff City in Wales and his team destroyed the home side and won the game 5-1 after a fine display which left everyone stunned as the same team lost few days earlier 3-1 to Liverpool at North West Derby.
Solskjær brought World Cup winner, Paul Pogba, to life as the French player was sidelined under the former manager, Jose Mourinho.
United’s second game under Solskjær’s command was at home and Old Trafford fans highly received their former player and backed his new system that brought joy back to the fans.
Solskjær’s team responded well and defeated Huddersfield Town and Pogba was the team’s best player in the game as he scored two goals, dominated the midfield and provided the attacking players with wonderful passes.
The team continued their renaissance under their new manager and defeated Bournemouth 4-1 at home.
Pogba seems to be enjoying his time under the new manager and he scored another two goals and provided an assist to help his team close the gap with the top four.
Manchester United did not have a real test against a giant Premier League side and Man United fans know this but they believe that Solskjær, who really knows the traditions of the red devils, started to put the team back on the right track.