Fulham vs. Manchester United - Football Match Report

Fulham vs. Manchester United - Football Match Report

Since Ole [Gunnar Solskjaer] came in we talked about this, we want to be at the top, in the top four. Sound for this one, Reds.

Since Solskjaer's arrival, Pogba, now deployed in a free-roaming role that better suits his personality, has been directly involved in more goals, either scoring or assisting, than any other Premier League player. They put us under pressure in the first 10 minutes but after we scored I thought we were excellent.

It wasn't just due to his goals that Pogba had a great game but it was more so how he dictated the game, slowing down and raising the tempo as it suited him.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer can seemingly do no wrong as Manchester United manager, with the Norwegian guiding the club to yet another win in Saturday's Premier League outing against Fulham.

A win for United would see them over take fourth-placed Chelsea, and with the Blues travelling to title-chasing Manchester City on Sunday, there is no guarantee of a response.

And as we head towards the final phase of the season, Fulham are sinking further into the relegation scrap, having acquired just seventeen points in 26 matches and are in desperate need of a miraculous turnaround if they are to maintain their top-flight status next season. "There were some good performances today, I have to say".

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"(Being in the top four) is a big thing", conceded Solskjaer. But like I said there is still a very long way to go and we have big games coming up and it's not going to be easy. "It's a good sign, even though we have to carry on to stay there".

Ranieri felt his players lacked the composure at 1-0 down to get themselves back into the game against such talented opposition.

Defeat for Fulham leaves them 19th in the table, with supporters jeering manager Claudio Ranieri's substitutions and with louder boos heard at full-time.

"We started very well", he said. "We've done really well in the 11 games we've played, but that's down to the team effort", he said. I think in the first half we didn't control the game but we scored two goals and after that we got another and then controlled it.

"Manchester have champions in their squad and kept possession of the ball - for us it was then more hard. We could have had four or five goals, it was different to what we did against Leicester so another step in the right direction". "When you play against champions you have to stay calm and not lose your composure - that is the real problem".