Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's first two months as caretaker manager have rekindled memories of Manchester United's glorious past but the defeat against Paris Saint-Germain shows the tough path back to the top of European football.
Manchester United's return to Champions League action against Paris Saint-Germain on Tuesday has come at the perfect time, according to caretaker manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer after a run of 10 wins and one draw since the Norwegian took charge.
As a melee broke out near the corner of the Arsenal goal at the end of FA Cup tie between the Gunners and Manchester United, Paul Pogba stood back and just did a few stretches with a smile on his face, seemingly amused by the whole scene.
Manchester United's legendary former manager Alex Ferguson delivered a rousing call to arms to the players, insisting they could make the club successful again, a source close to the Premier League team told The Sun.
Manchester United interim coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is confident his side can make up the gap with the top four in the Premier League, drawing on his own experience in a side where he used to come to the rescue off the bench late on.
Manchester United turned to former striker Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to steady the ship until the end of the season, confirming the Norwegian as caretaker manager in the wake of Jose Mourinho’s sacking on Tuesday.