Paul Pogba issues strong Man United rallying cry

Tanya Simon
February 11, 2019

"We were very far away, but now we are back in the top four through good results".

Manchester United's Brazilian pair Fred and Andreas Perreira still have a future at the club according to interim manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.

On Saturday, February 9, the midfielder netted two goals in United's 3-0 comfortable win over struggling Fulham to fire the visitors to fourth on the Premier League standings.

Paul Pogba produced another superb display as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer made it 11 games unbeaten since become Manchester United manager with a 3-0 win at Fulham.

"Everyone's got to take us seriously now", said Jones, who signed a new four-year deal with United this week.

Solskjaer's side will take on PSG in mid-week before Manchester United make the trip to Chelsea FC in the FA Cup fifth round next weekend.

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"I have to say I don't think I would have hit it like he did, so fantastic goal". We've proven that in the last 10 or 12 games.

United went 1-0 up in the 14th minute thanks to a wonderful through ball from Anthony Martial to Paul Pogba - who blasted it into the near post first time.

We would signpost some of the very best moments but Pogba barely put a foot wrong beyond the first 30 minutes. "We've done really well in the 11 games we've played, but that's down to the team effort", he said.

Certainly when the draw was made for the Champions League last 16 in December, and they were pitched against Paris St-Germain, there were not many who thought that United could win it.

Discussing his decision to change his line-up, which including leaving Marcus Rashford on the bench after he picked up a knock at Leicester, Solskjaer said: "If we are going to be successful this season, we need everyone to contribute and everyone in the squad knows they've got chance to contribute if it's now or next week or the week after".

He has covered the most ground of any player in his last two Premier League appearances (Sky Sports) and he is more than willing to do his fair share of dirty work - and some of Pogba's too.

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