Man United march into top 4 after defeating Fulham

Man United march into top 4 after defeating Fulham

Man United march into top 4 after defeating Fulham

Manchester United will collide against Fulham at the weekend and have a great chance of moving into the top four as Chelsea play Man City on Sunday. Since then, the Red Devils are yet to lose a game and they have dropped just 2 points across all competitions thereby proving that Manchester United still have it in them to compete on the biggest stage.

Fulham boss Claudio Ranieri felt his players were too eager to force an equaliser following Pogba's 14th minute opener, which allowed Martial to exploit them on the break for the second goal.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer applauded Paul Pogba's sparkling form following the midfielder's classy brace in Manchester United's commanding 3-0 victory over Fulham. "When you don't win, it's not the same feeling", Pogba told Sky Sports . It was a win which lifted United back into the top four since August - a remarkable achievement given the way United had looked to be struggling for form and confidence in the final months of Mourinho. "There were some good performances today, I have to say".

There really shouldn't be a debate as to who starts at Old Trafford in the round-of-16 clash; Martial is playing much better than the Chilean is right now.

"It was a point of making them come towards us so we could get the third". Pogba is the captain in everything but name, the leader in the dressing room and on the pitch.

Solskjaer promised chances will come for the Brazil global. "Above all, we have to try to enjoy these games because these are the games we all want to play in and to enjoy". "First, it seemed very hard for us to reach the Champions League places in the Premier League and we are already there".

They host Paris Saint-Germain in the first leg of their UEFA Champions League fixture at Old Trafford on Tuesday, February 12.

"It's quick football and we've seen the players improve - Pogba has been a different player, Rashford looks superb up front".

Ranieri understands the frustration of the fans, many of whom chanted "You don't know what you're doing" when Ranieri took off Andre Schurrle for Cyrus Christie after 53 minutes.

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