When Paul Pogba’s flighted pass found Marcus Rashford on the right flank, you would have thought he couldn’t bite the pass and make that sublime effort with just one minute before time.
The young No.10 diagonal piece beat the fantastic Hugo Lloris to give United a much needed win against a side that pounded them heavily before Mourinho’s disgraced exit.
With such result against a very composed Spurs who are looking to win their first silverware under Mauricio Pochettino since he took the helm a little early before the summer of 2014, one can only wonder whether Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will eventually keep the job.
It is unclear. But tacks that has praise rolling out of the lips of fans, it’s hard to not see the 45-year-old not handed the job.
The Norwegian has been an active voice in United’s transfers as of late. The Red Devils are keen to sign a central defender.
Yesterday’s clash against Tottenham at Wembley showed a little distortion at the back, but still, they managed to keep Poch’s men at bay with magnificent saves from David de Gea.
Giuseppe Rossi will not join United, despite being pictured in training with United’s squad. The Italy international is on a free from Serie A Genoa. He was watched by Sir Alex Ferguson during United’s final preparations for their evening clash against Spurs.
Feeling adventurous… #staytuned ⚽️⚽️⚽️⚽️???
— GIUSEPPE ROSSI (@GiuseppeRossi22) January 5, 2019
But caretaker boss Solskjaer has ruled out the possibility of the 31-year-old frontman joining his team.
“We’re not gonna sign Giuseppe, I think, but he’s trained well with us,” Solskjaer said.