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Solskjaer will see that scoring Pogba ‘happy’ at United

Interim coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer sees clearly that Paul Pogba back to his sense by Manchester United. The Norwegian saw the French midfielder on ‘Boxing Day’ twice, scoring in the 3-1 win at home against Huddersfield Town.

“Paul knows that he has goals and chances created,” said Solskjaer Wednesday after the end of the contest. “Last week he had already had a couple of assists. He is happy now.”

Pogba had a difficult relationship with Jose Mourinho. The 25-year-old midfielder became under the Portuguese coach aanvoerdersband lost at United and did not score a goal.

Last Saturday was Pogba with the debut of Solskjaer as manager of United, the two-time accurate against Cardiff City (1-5). There he added two goals to them in the first match at Old Trafford under the Norwegian, who enjoyed his return.

“Still not used to the feeling”

“I’m still not used to the feeling that I have this team now should lead. I find it very honorable,” said Solskjaer, who as a player from 1996 until 2007 came out for United. “I am, however, a number of times, captain, but this was very different.”

“They have the best fans in the world”, he continued. “I have such a great relationship with the supporters. It was probably for my family in the skybox have something more emotional, because I was focussing on the match. I was actually surprisingly calm today. The boys have helped me to quickly my turn.”

Despite the victory is United still sixth in the Premier League. Next Sunday, plays the twintigvoudig won the national championship at home against Bournemouth three days later the team on a visit to Newcastle United.

‘Next two duels are extremely important’

“We need this now to hold on to it. The next two duels are extremely important for us”, said Solskjaer. “It’s nice that we trust to these duels can toeleven.”

In the following match Solskjaer as possible about Romelu Lukaku, Alexis Sanchez and Anthony Martial. He is doing therefore may need some adjustments in its set-up against Bournemouth.

“It’s great to be back on them. Maybe I have a few changes in the transit in my attack,” decided the 45-year-old coach.

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