Chris Hughton disappointment with manner of goals Brighton conceded at Man Utd

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Caretaker manager Solskjaer has swiftly overseen a change in fortunes, with Saturday's 2-1 win against Brighton continuing his ideal start in a club-record sixth-straight league victory.

And when he was asked if he thought Rashford was now the best centre-forward in the division, Solskjaer said: "You can argue for many strikers but I'm glad he's in my team".

However, despite going 2-0 up before half-time, with Rashford's goal following a Paul Pogba penalty, United endured a nervous finish after Pascal Gross scored for Brighton with 19 minutes left. I think [Pochettino] gets the best out of his players whether they are younger or older.

"No one beats him on work-rate, no one beats him on attitude, and at the moment, he's very confident in front of goal".

"I thought there was a chance for us today, and if we started the game better, allowed ourselves not to be behind, particularly with the goals we had conceded, we could have got something".

Solskjaer also said he feels less pressure at Old Trafford, compared to his time at Cardiff, when he was sacked after eight months in charge in 2014.

"He made a chance for Jesse (Lingard) and I can not believe how Jesse didn't score on that chance at the back post".

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"We need to improve a few things", he said. They are hard to break down and have good defenders, good midfielders and, of course, when they put the ball in the box, you have to defend.

The 45-year-old is the third manager in Premier League history to win their first six matches in charge of a club, after Carlo Ancelotti and Pep Guardiola at Chelsea and Manchester City respectively. As the weeks have gone on you've seen more of his imprint on the team in terms of the attacking play and the runs forward.

Asked about the change in Rashford's finishing since Solskjaer's appointment, the Norwegian said: "What I like the most is to get into their heads and find out what they are thinking".

"Maybe in 10, 15, 20 years time I'll look back on things like this. He had missed some chances and I said "no problem, you'll be alright, just settle down a little bit".

"We knew it, we saw some of their games which were enough to show they can hurt us".

"As long as you take one game at a time and prepare well we should go into any game as winnable one, we have had some tough years at the club".

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