Manchester United manager, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has been told to link-up Bruno Fernandes, Edinson Cavani and Paul Pogba into his lineup to ensure t he Devils soar even higher after the two formers aligned perfectly to inspire a memorable comeback against Southampton on Sunday.
The Red Devils endured an abysmal start to the new Premier League season with three losses and a draw at Old Trafford but have seen fortunes turn in their favor of recent with three consecutive wins for the first time this season after Sunday’s epic encounter at St Mary’s, with 33-year-old new signing Edinson Cavani netting two headers after providing a fine assist for sensational Bruno Fernandes to commence the comeback.
BBC Sport pundit, Garth Crooks has advised United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to ensure the Red lineup fits in Pogba and the comeback heroes as it could be what Red outfit needs to get the new season underway.
Commenting on the aftermath of the clash, Crooks said: “Had it not been for the determination of Bruno Fernandes, Manchester United would be licking their wounds.
“The more the Saints started to run out of steam, the more United began to pile on the pressure.
While Cavani and Portuguese midfielder Bruno Fernandes remain fit and ready for action on Wednesday against PSG, same can’t be said of Paul Pogba whom is currently nursing a strain ankle and in doubt for the clash against the French Champions.