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Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has become the first Manchester united manager to win their opening 6 games as boss of Manchester United with a 2-1 win against Brighton on Saturday. 

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has continued his remarkable start to life as the manager of Manchester United with a sixth win on the trot. A 2-1 victory against Brighton with goals from the rejuvenated Pogba and Rashford were enough to grant their Interim manager with the best ever start by a manager of Manchester United.

When asked about the newly broken record Solskjaer once again gave the plaudits to his former mentor ‘Sir Alex Ferguson’ saying ” The gaffer used to challenge us at times with: Why can’t you win 10 games on the bounce?”. With Sir Alex regularly attending training sessions you can see the similarities between the two and the effect its having on the pitch.

Even Gary Neville saying on sky sports ” United have there Counter attack back”

You can’t help but admire what the baby-faced-assassin is doing at Old Trafford and the way he has transformed them from what they were under Mourinho, too now where the players and the playing style are almost unrecognisable from  his tenure.

It is clear he is a fan favourite and the players love him but he also has the backing of former united greats and some of the best players to ever grace the pitch such as Gary Lineker and Rio Ferdinand who believes he should be given the reigns full time due to success he’s having.

‘Gary Lineker commenting on the form of Rashford with the help of his manager.’

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is doing his case no harm in the way he has the team playing exciting, fast and youthful football, the happiness within the dressing room and  fans wanting to come too see games with the expectation of being thrilled.

Next United have a cup tie with Arsenal away, another chance to show he is capable of beating the big boys after already beating their other North London rivals Tottenham last week.

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