Paul Pogba seals happy homecoming for United’s Solskjær against Huddersfield

Old Trafford, once again, felt like a contented place. Ole Gunnar Solskjær was wearing a sunrise of a smile. There was even an embrace from Fred the Red, Manchester United’s devil-horned mascot, before the team continued their immaculate start on Solskjær’s watch, and it is probably for the better that the current manager is nothing like as boastful as the previous one. If Solksjær were a different personality he might have pointed out he had taken as many points in five days as José Mourinho managed during his last 45 in the job.

Solskjær is certainly entitled to feel pleased with himself after two second-half goals from a renascent Paul Pogba, to add to the one scored by Nemanja Matic in the opening period, gave United’s supporters the chance to go through their old songbook to pay homage to the man who has taken on the caretaker manager’s role for the rest of the season.

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