Published: Sun, February 10, 2019
Sport | By Joe Gonzales

Martial’s stunning solo effort caps United’s easy win over Fulham

Martial’s stunning solo effort caps United’s easy win over Fulham

And as we head towards the final phase of the season, Fulham are sinking further into the relegation scrap, having acquired just seventeen points in 26 matches and are in desperate need of a miraculous turnaround if they are to maintain their top-flight status next season.

Manchester United were strong in the first half against Fulham, as Paul Pogba and Anthony Martial scored in quick successions to give the side a lead.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer thinks Manchester United's 3-0 win at Fulham was the ideal preparation for Tuesday's Champions League clash with Paris Saint-Germain.

"You look at [Mauricio] Pochettino, who is the obvious choice, it looks like he wants to stay with a big project at Tottenham".

Manchester United can climb in to the top four with a win over Fulham at Craven Cottage at lunchtime. The result is positive, and it was a good performance as a team.

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"Ryan is a good player, but in this moment, he's not at the best of his fitness and form". He continually searched for space and there was plenty to be found against a ponderous, confidence-sapped Fulham whose own fans questioned whether their manager Claudio Ranieri knew what he was doing.

And the Manchester United interim boss has now expressed his delight at seeing the England worldwide sign a new long-term contract with the Red Devils. Pogba is the captain in everything but name, the leader in the dressing room and on the pitch.

The hosts, who started the day seven points from safety, looked unlikely to mount any sort of comeback - and the game was put to bed as a contest on 65 minutes when Pogba scored his second from penalty spot after Juan Mata had been fouled in the box. Yet to win away from home this season, their next three visitors at Craven Cottage are all powerhouses - Chelsea, Liverpool and Manchester City.

The 56-year-old Portuguese manager, who was sacked as Red Devils boss in December, claimed that it would be a "miracle" for his former side to finish in the top four after their disappointing start to the season.

PSG's visit to Old Trafford kicks off a tough run of fixtures for Solskjaer's team.

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