Marcus Rashford ignored Ole Gunnar Solskjaer advice to fire Manchester United victor

Marcus Rashford ignored Ole Gunnar Solskjaer advice to fire Manchester United victor

Marcus Rashford's early goal was enough to earn a 1-0 win at the King Power Stadium on Sunday but Solskjaer wasn't completely satisfied ahead of games against Paris Saint-Germain, Chelsea and Liverpool in three different competitions before the end of February.

Paul Ince has reiterated his belief that he, Mark Hughes, Steve Bruce or any other former Manchester United star could have made the same impact as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer when succeeding Jose Mourinho.

However, Herrera has called for attention to remain on Fulham. "We are benefitting", said Lukaku in an interview with Canal. Now for Fulham, then we will think about PSG'.

Solskjaer's team needed two good saves from David De Gea and some strong defending to record a first clean sheet since Jan.13 and ensure a fifth successive away win for the first time since 2012.

Belgium striker Lukaku believes a competitive spirit has returned to United, who have won nine matches out of 10 in an astonishing unbeaten run under their interim manager.

"Already in the game people smile a lot more, right now everything is going very well, and we must continue like that".

"I'm not going to do comparisons".

"For me, they are the favourites, but we will come well prepared and we will see what will happen on the field", he told Canal+.

"We are very happy, everyone feels free". That's a massive game for us because Chelsea are playing City [the next day].

Jonny Evans and Harry Maguire also failed to hit the target as the Foxes laid seige towards the United goal in search of an equaliser that never came to pile more pressure on the under-fire Puel.

"If you'd have said to me when he got the job what the chances were as a percentage, I'd have said probably 25 per cent". That's the main thing you have to take from the past few weeks.

"Eric Bailly was a nervous wreck away against Brighton earlier in the season and Victor Lindelof wasn't much better - but the pair looked like the superb former Italy defenders Fabio Cannavaro and Alessandro Nesta at their best against a very unsafe Leicester team".

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