Ole Gunnar Solskjær has already made history, with his record as new Manchester United boss currently standing at eight straight wins (in all competitions). A ninth here looks likely on paper, with the ‘Red Devils’ scoring two goals or more in their last six home games leading into this one.
After averaging just 1.33 goals per game in their first six home league matches, goals have now started flowing for Solskjær’s men, who can boast an average of 3.0 across their last five. Defensively, things have also improved, with just one goal conceded in United’s last three Premier League (PL) matches. However United can hardly be labelled watertight, as ten of their last 13 competitive games featured both teams scoring. [Read more…]