Pogba lauds 'freedom' under new Manchester United boss Solksjaer

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Ole Gunnar Solskjaer became the first Manchester United manager ever to win his first six matches in charge, and he now appears to be in pole position to take the role on a permanent basis.

Since Mourinho's departure, Pogba's form has spectacularly improved, scoring four goals and setting up as many - including the victor in Sunday's win at Tottenham - in five league games under Solskjaer, and the France worldwide puts it down to being given freedom.

Until now, momentum and the feel-good factor had propelled United to victories against five teams who, with all due respect, they should expect to beat on every occasion.

"There is a swagger, an arrogance about the way Rashford leads the line".

"As he raced on to Paul Pogba's brilliant pass at Wembley, you could see in Rashford's eyes that he knew he would hit the net".

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"I like to be more attacking, pressing and play high rather than defending". "Now I'm taking pleasure again, I play again, I'm doing what I love, so it's normal". "He's giving me the freedom of going forward, to shoot and to be forward with the three forwards". "Hopefully we can see the best of him because he's a top, top player".

Tottenham had had earlier warnings of United's deadly counter-attacks but failed to react effectively and just when it seemed as though the half would end at 0-0, the academy player slotted home.

"But that is what we have to do to be one of the top teams, we have to adapt".

Each of his back four was praised, with De Gea described as the "best in the world" and "now challenging Edwin (van der Sar) and Peter (Schmeichel) for the number one spot" in the pantheon of United's greatest goalkeepers.

"It helps me to have Matic [and Herrera] there". There's also reaction from Solskjaer and Pochettino to what was a pulsating game at Wembley.

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