‘He can do everything’: Solskjær praises Pogba after Manchester United win

Ole Gunnar Solskjær honored Paul Pogba after the France midfielder reestablished Manchester Joined to the highest point of the Head Class at Fulham.Pogba has transformed from issue to answer for the Assembled supervisor as of late and his shocking left footed winning objective in the 2-1 triumph demonstrated symbolic of a great all‑round execution.

“Paul’s making the most of his football, he’s intellectually exceptionally upbeat, he’s genuinely fit as a fiddle and we thoroughly understand his ability,” Solskjær said. “I scored several fair left-foot objectives in my day yet not one that great, not one from 25 yards into the top corner. It was an extraordinary objective.

“We’ve generally said Paul Pogba can do everything, he can play wide, in focal midfield, make possibilities and score objectives. He’s truly gone ahead. The key was getting him coordinate fit. Today he was in midfield and he was so dedicated and got handles in just as his objective.”

It lifted Joined two focuses away from Manchester City and Leicester and six in front of Liverpool at the highest point of the table, in spite of the fact that City and the bosses both have a game close by in this most impenetrable of title races.Similarly fine edges held influence on the Cowardly Cabin pitch. Before Pogba fixed Scott Parker’s side, Joined had been compelled to dig out from a deficit in the wake of Ademola Lookman giving Fulham a fifth-minute lead. Regardless of Edinson Cavani adjusting before half-time it was never a completely clear win and even after Joined’s second objective the home substitute Aleksandar Mitrovic approached a late equaliser.”It’s never simple when you travel down here,” said Solskjær, who lauded his side’s freshly discovered versatility in dominating a game they may effectively have drawn a year ago. “We’ve indicated an incredible improvement in our mindset and our actual heartiness from last season. We expected to quit drawing and begin winning and we’ve done that. Obviously, when it’s simply a one objective lead you’re heart is in your mouth.”Not that he is considering a title festivity presently. “We’re not considering the big picture,” he said. “It’s a particularly unusual season. We don’t consider being top of the alliance; it’s simply task finished and on to the following game. It must be each game in turn.”

Fulham stay stuck in eighteenth spot however Parker actually accepts they can keep away from transfer. “I’m disillusioned but at the same time I’m incredibly, glad for my players,” he said. “We need to improve and to figure out how to take our risks at defining moments in games yet we confronted a group that will battle for the title this season and we went head to head with them.”