Matic insists Man Utd fans can be happy with narrow Brighton win

Tanya Simon
January 21, 2019

The defeat of Brighton was United's seventh consecutive win from Solskjær's opening seven games as interim manager with Rashford scoring five times in that sequence.

Rashford scored a superb goal to put his side 2-0 up in the Premier League contest at Old Trafford and caused the Seagulls plenty of other problems as United's flawless start under Solskjaer extended to a seventh game in all competitions.

The Red Devils looked to have been left behind after a poor start to the Premier League campaign under former manager Jose Mourinho, who was sacked following a 3-1 defeat to Liverpool.

The 21-year-old England worldwide, who expertly turned away from Pascal Gross before curling a fine shot into the top corner, has netted five times in six league matches following the Norwegian's appointment in December.

"Harry Kane's injured so maybe that gives him a better chance to be the best one at the moment. It is a pleasure working with him". He finishes, he tries to shoot, he doesn't think twice about it.

They face Arsenal in the FA Cup fourth round on Friday (19:55 GMT), live on BBC One, before returning to league action against Burnley on 29 January. 'You're on the training pitch with him, but it's more talking to him and getting inside his head, ' said Solskjaer.

"I don't think it's a job that anybody could automatically step into and do well", Hughton said. "At times we did and it's a great three points". But in any game of football, you are never sure until it's over.

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"As long as you take one game at a time and prepare well we should go into any game as winnable one, we have had some tough years at the club".

"Part of the history of the club is that you get setbacks", Solskjaer added.

Marcus Rashford has the potential to emulate Wayne Rooney and Cristiano Ronaldo, according to Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.

"You can't always play fantasy football".

Pogba scored the first goal in Saturday's victory, winning and converting a penalty in the 27th minute, before Rashford doubled the lead before half-time.

"I wouldn't have done it that way but the way he strikes the ball is good enough".

Solskjaer said: "I wouldn't do it but if he is comfortable with it".

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