Following the 3-0 win Man United enjoyed over Sheffield United at Old Trafford on Wednesday night, Alan Shearer believes something good has happened to the club.
This is the first time the Red Devils are securing all three points since the restart of the league but there are lots of improvements the football legend has noticed.
According to Alan Shearer, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has ensured that more players now commit to attack which makes goal-scoring possible.
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France international Anthony Martial was the hero on Wednesday night as he scored a hat-trick, the first Man United have witnessed since the resignation of Alex Ferguson.
In his analysis, Alan Shearer stated that the number of Man United players who are involved in attacks now have increased, noting that about five to six players are always seen upfront which made it difficult for Sheffield United.
The Red Devils also took advantage of the poor defensive display by their visitors with Anthony Martial looking lively at his best.
Man United are now 5th on the log with 49 points, 2 behind Chelsea who are a game short.
Since Ole Gunnar Solskjaer took over as United boss, analysis of the team’s performance has been in his favour despite a slim hope of winning a trophy this season.