Paul Pogba, the midfielder from Manchester United has revealed the reason behind Ole Gunnar Solskjaer rejuvenating the squad from the time he took over Jose Mourinho.
Pogba and his teammates seem to have a new leased of life from the time Solskjaer took over in the month of December. He has been heavily involved with the club as it defeated Chelsea on Monday in the FA Cup. This sets the record to 1 win in 13 games.
Pogba has said that they trust Solskjaer and he trusts them. Trust seemed to be missing between the coach and the players in the Mourinho’s final months in the club as the players had been limited by the restrictive tactics.
Pogba has developed under the management of Solskjaer. He led to the opening goal with an inch cross to head by Ander Herrera. The second goal was scored by the Frenchman himself as he charged to the penalty area for meeting the cross of Marcus Rashford.
At present have 9 goals with 6 assists in the twelve games that he has played under Solskjaer. Under Mourinho, it had been 5 goals and 4 assists in 20 games. After the final whistle in the game, Solskjaer didn’t shy away from offering praise on this star player. He says that it has been a great response and playing against the best defensive midfielders of the world with Kante alongside him. According to him, Pogba is one of the best-attacking midfielders and says that he has played fantastically.