Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has insisted that Manchester United performed “really well” after going behind early against Fulham.
Speaking with BT Sport post-match, as cited by BBC Sport, Solsjkaer said his side showed a “good reaction” to falling behind:
“I think we started slow but after their goal, I felt we played well. We needed to wake up and after that, we played really well.
“We don’t do offsides really, we should follow the run. But we had not woken up but good reaction.
“Fantastic goal by Paul and we had some other chances to finish the game but of course when it is just one goal and the players they put on it is going to be like heart in your mouth.
“[Pogba] has really come on. He is fit, he can play in midfield and he can play wide. That is key with Paul, getting him match fit and running fit and he is at the moment. He played very well.”
“[Winning the title] is always going to be talked about that when you are halfway through and top of the league but we are not thinking about this, we just have to go one game at a time. It is such an unpredictable season.”