Manchester United have not given many teams too much to commemorate from their clashes against the Red Devils as they hold steadfastly to their unbeaten run in the season under Solskjaer
What can you say about their performance as they hit Fulham with three soccer punches (goals) at the weekend?
However, this week onwards it promises to be tougher times in the days ahead as United side will be scrutinised with oppositions that will want to prove a point against the United side looking closely resembling to that of Sir Alex Ferguson set up.
This is the impressive and commendable contribution the Norwegian (United legend) caretaker manage have brought to the side.
As we ponder about their impressive showing (Manchester Untied), we evaluate the three likely oppositions that can end the Red Devils winning streak within the 90-minute duration in the days ahead.
PSG (Paris Saint-German).
The French outfit stands out potentially as the side to achieve this as they have got massive pedigree of their own ahead of the midweek meeting with Manchester United. They will face the Red Devils at Old Trafford as Champions League takes centre stage in Europe. United’s determination and character will be severely tested as PSG visit with their star-studded squad on Tuesday.
Will Solskjaer past this test as this maybe the toughest among all that he has faced yet, not neglecting the win against London side Tottenham Hotspur and Arsenal away.
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The newly-promoted side has been a supervise package this season in the English Premier League. This is unbelievable as they have amassed amazing result quite effortlessly in the current campaign. Recently, they have beaten Everton 1-3 at the Goodson Park making Everton look poor and putting Marco Silva’s job on the line as well.
How about their impressive showing as they defeated Leicester City in the (4-3) seven-goal thriller at the Molineux Stadium.
They really deserve commendation and respect as they have already picked a point against Untied at home with a 1-1 draw. What will be United’s course when they travel on the road to visit Wolves at the Molineux Stadium is most important question now.
Manchester City (Derby Match)
For me, this is a cracker likely to crack the Red Devils back bone as Chelsea were made a victim at Etihad Stadium with a 6-0 bashing in the Premier League.
Can United stand the flaming talents of Sergio Aguero, Leroy Sane and Bernardo Silva?
This is a tough question to ask the Red Devils especially, with regards to their winning formula that have been masterminded by Solskjaer and Pogba in the league.
But can they go one game further just another 90 minutes against rivals City in the Manchester Derby? This looks unpredictable and certainly debatable as Pogba and Silva both look to continue to flourish for their side in the season.