Rashford strike lifts surging Man United into fifth

Rashford strike lifts surging Man United into fifth

Rashford strike lifts surging Man United into fifth

Sunday's win over Leicester City - his seventh in eight league games that have also included one draw - means Manchester United have won four more points than any other Premier League team since he sent them out at Cardiff on December 22.

Solskjaer added: "If I go back to Molde, I will do my best for them but it depends when I go back".

The performance wasn't exactly vintage - but at least United got the job done away from home.

"We didn't string passes together, we didn't control the game as much as I liked".

'I think at the moment we are mixing very well when we receive the ball between the lines and we have to run into the space. I feel good with them and I think we work well together but we have a big squad and a busy schedule and we're going to need everyone.

Marcus Rashford suffered a dead leg in Manchester United's clash with Leicester City but played through it and scored the winning goal.

And Cascarino believes it will stay that way with Solskjaer set to back the Manchester United academy product come what may.

United were 11 points off the top four when Solskjaer was appointed, but have since narrowed that gap to five points ahead of their trip to Leicester City on Sunday, making the Norwegian a strong candidate to be given the job permanently.

Paul Ince said: "I am not just a pundit who has never managed a club - I have managed in the Premier League and all four English professional divisions, so no-one can say I don't know what I am talking about". Paul is a fantastic midfielder and he can always improve and he's one of those lads who wants to improve and he wants to see this game and wants to see what he could have done better.

Ander Herrera has said it is "impossible" for Manchester United to remain unbeaten until the end of the season under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer but backed them to come through a tough February unscathed.

Gary Neville insists Ole Gunnar Solskjaer needs to guide his team to victories over Chelsea, Paris-Saint Germain and Liverpool if he is to become Manchester United's manager on a permanent basis.

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