Paul Pogba 'so happy' with Manchester United win


Huddersfield manager David Wagner says he was pleased with his side but "world-class" Paul Pogba showed how good he is as Manchester United won 3-1. Sources close to the club have told ESPN FC that there is more demand for tickets and it is no coincidence. "When we get two, we want to get three".

"Of course, you try to keep your emotion in check because I'm there to do a job, I've got to be focused", Solskjaer said. It was the first time United scored 5 goals in a game since Ferguson's last match as United their manager.

Under Mourinho, Rooney left the club as he returned to boyhood club Everton, before later leaving for DC United in the MLS, but he is optimistic about the club's future under interim boss Ole Gunnar Solksjaer. "I think the boys have settled me down really quickly".

So, if Solskjaer isn't even willing to shake hands with a Liverpool fan, you can bet he'll send out his players to exact revenge for that defeat on Merseyside. After a 4-0 win against Norwich, the Welshman rung the changes for a home game against Sunderland. "It's a day I'll never forget".

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Diogo Dalot was named on the bench for the weekend game, but could find himself walking back into the starting XI on Wednesday, replacing Ashley Young at right-back. "I don't think any team would like Rashford, Martial, Lingard, Pogba running at them". "It's a work in progress".

Boxing Day offers an opportunity to secure another exciting win as struggling Huddersfield arrive at Old Trafford for a match that will leave the Norwegian pinching himself as he manages "back home" in the hot seat. "It's going to take time and I've done a little bit of a tweak but it will improve as time goes on".

Nevin feels Manchester United's favourable run of games, with the next three against Huddersfield, Bournemouth and strugglers Newcastle United, could result in the Red Devils being back in the mix.

Woodward also knows United have to be in club football's biggest competition to have a hope of landing their transfer targets. "Which boss?" asked one reporter; the reply came that Sir Alex Ferguson "is the only one".