Is Ole Gunnar Solksjaer’s job still under threat after Man Utd’s impressive victory over Everton?
Manchester United continued their remarkable away record as they returned to winning ways with a win over Everton at the Goodison Park.
Brazilian, Bernard gave the home team the lead in the 19th minute as he buried a low shot into the bottom right corner of David De Gea’s goal.
However, Bruno Fernandes gave Manchester United the equaliser with a sublime header from a delightful cross from Luke Shaw.
It didn’t take too long before Ole Gunnar Solksjaer’s men took control of the game. Bruno Fernandes doubled their lead as he floats the ball between Michael Keane and Holgate without anyone coming in contact with the ball even though Marcus Rashford was the closest to it.
Bruno Fernandes continued from where he left off in the first as he provided an assist for Edison Cavani’s debut goal for the Red Devils.
Carlo Ancelotti’s men had a couple of chances in the second half but failed to trouble David de Gea in goal.
Manchester United have now won 7 consecutive games away from home for the first time since 1993.
For Ole Gunnar Solksjaer, the victory against the Toffees is more a less a sigh of relief after a difficult past few days as a result of back to back losses to Arsenal and Instanbul Basaksehir as well as speculations around his job.
According to reports, Manchester United have contact with former Tottenham boss, Mauricio Pochettino as well as RB Leipzig’s Julian Nagelsman as a possible replacement for the Norwegian.
Is his job still under threat?