Paul Pogba Gave His Shirt To A Fan Following Win Over Fulham

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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.

The 25-year-old lashed a lethal left-footed finish past Sergio Rico in the first half and converted a 65th-minute penalty to bookend Anthony Martial's fine solo effort in a confident showing three days out from the Champions League clash with Paris Saint-Germain at Old Trafford.

Pogba's brace saw move into double figures in the Premier League this season as the Red Devils defeated the Cottagers 3-0 on Saturday afternoon.

United have looked like a completely different team since Solskjaer took charge, playing free-flowing attacking football and scoring goals for fun. They wanted to do something, but you have to stay calm and think.

"Everyone is contributing to the team, everyone is leaving their egos aside and just wanting to give their best for the team whenever we play and I think against PSG we will do the same".

"We are trying to put the team forward to put players in positions where they can hurt teams".

Ferdinand appears to suggest that the former Molde man has already proven himself and that if he secures a top four spot for the club then he should be given the job permanently.

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He is not the only one to have been rejuvenated by the change in manager.

Martial had already set up the opener for Pogba in the 14th minute when he produced his moment of magic nine minutes later. With 33 of his own and 17 assists, he has played a role in more goals than any team-mate since his debut in September 2015. United were 11 points behind the Blues when Mourinho was let go, but are back in contention with a rare run of form - the streak of six consecutive away wins in all competitions is a first for the club since May 2009.

Pogba later fired a warning to the chasing pack that they intend "to stay there", adding: "It feels great".

Anthony Martial seem like the biggest win for United in 2019.

"There's still along way to go and we have a lot of big games coming up".

"I like to come back to Fulham but, as an away supporter, to be able to get that whole stand, it nearly feels like a home game when the fans are at it from the first to the 90th minute".