Manchester United currently lead the English Premier League table for the first time since 2013 following the departure of legendary manager Sir Alex Ferguson.
The Red Devils have been managed by David Moyes, Louis van Gaal, Jose Mourinho and now Ole Gunnar Solskjaer since the Scott vacated the premises. But, all four of the aforementioned coaches have failed to bring the Premier League trophy to Old Trafford in the wake of Ferguson’s departure.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer – the rave of the moment would give a shot at opening the trophy cabinet with his current crop of players in this campaign as the Red Devils enjoy a blistering run of form which has seen them surge to the summit of the league table.
The latest development saw the club’s most in-form player at the moment, Paul Pogba singing the praises of his team mates.
The French midfielder, despite his heroics against Burnley and Fulham in their Premier League, has refused to take the credit alone as he hailed the impact of Edison Cavani’s experience on the team.
Pogba believes the Uruguayan striker has impacted his experience on the likes of Marcus Rashford and Anthony Martial in the attack.
The former Paris Saint-Germain scored the equalizer at Craven Cottage before Pogba netted a sensational goal to send United back to the top of the table.
Alphonse Areola’s error led to Cavani’s goal who was at the right place and at the right time to pounce on the finish.
Cavani also scored a brace in the Red Devils comeback win against Southampton and has taken his tally at the topflight level to 12 goals.
Pogba told MUTV after the win against Fulham:. “Everybody knows that Edi is a top-class striker and there’s few strikers like this in the world, and we had the chance to have one,” “We know the hardest goals are those goals.
We have talented players – Anthony Martial, Rashy in front, even Mason [Greenwood], that they can shoot from outside and stuff – but they don’t have this, the experience of Edi, and they don’t have the same quality of Edi as well.
“So I think we complete each other with the players we have in front and Edi can obviously show his class like he did today.
“Those important goals that we needed, at the right time, he’s always there at the right time and the right moment to help the team to win.”
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s men will return to action against Liverpool in the 4th Round of the FA Cup come Sunday.