UK Ole Gunnar Solskjaer names Manchester United's matchwinners last minute news
MetiNews.Com - Mason Greenwood scored his second Premier League winner for Man United at Brighton and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is pleased with United's growing list of matchwinners.
Breaking News ! Ole Gunnar Solskjaer believes Manchester United's list of matchwinners is growing after Mason Greenwood netted his fifth Premier League goal of the season at Brighton. Greenwood opened the scoring in United's second successive 3-0 league win six days after they dismissed Sheffield United, and United have overtaken Wolves to go fifth again in the table. The United attacking trident of Greenwood, Marcus Rashford, and Anthony Martial has plundered more goals than Liverpool's title-winning triumvirate of Sadio Mane, Mohamed Salah and Roberto Firmino, and January arrival Bruno Fernandes has already claimed six goals in 13 appearances. Fernandes is fourth in United's list of top scorers this term and Solskjaer feels he has a long list of matchwinners in his squad. "I think it's very important that you have players who chip in. Of course, Marcus and Anthony have had the majority of the goals - 19 each this year. Read More Related Articles United have finally got what they wanted Read More Related Articles United player ratings: Bruno Fernandes and Mason Greenwood superb vs Brighton "Bruno's come in and done fantastic, Mason's always chipping in with goals, we know Paul's always going to get goals. I thought Scotty [McTominay] went close today, Dan [James] was close, Odion [Ighalo]'s come in and done well. "It's important.
... or we have, to be fair - we had Ruud! He scored 50 or 60 goals! And Cristiano. But we've had players who can win a game for you." Greenwood now has 13 goals this term and three of his strikes have earned United seven points in the league. Ighalo has plundered five in four starts in the FA Cup and League Cup while McTominay is on five and James has struck four goals. Pogba has not scored from open play since February of last year but has been reduced to eight starts this term.