Man United march into top 4 after defeating Fulham


"I think it's his job they just haven't announced it yet - it's a no brainer".

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer remains unbeaten as United's caretaker manager (winning 10 of 11 games in all competitions) and they've now moved into the top four and have 51 points.

Glazer, meanwhile, was in attendance at Craven Cottage as a brace from Paul Pogba and stunning Anthony Martial solo goal secured three more valuable points.

Fulham fans made their feelings clear as they booed Schurrle when he was replaced by Cyrus Christie on 53 minutes and applauded the decision to take off Ryan Babel on 77 minutes after the Netherlands worldwide had hit the post from point blank range.

"We have to carry on playing like we did today". It was a win which lifted United back into the top four since August - a remarkable achievement given the way United had looked to be struggling for form and confidence in the final months of Mourinho. The spotlight will be on United's record signing to perform against the perennial French champions but he goes into the game in the best form of his Manchester United career. "There are big games coming up and that will decide where we're going to stay at the end of the season".

Solskjaer said he had met United owner Avram Glazer after the game, but he wouldn't be drawn on whether they would have any further meetings to discuss his future at the club. It is always good [to win], but we have big teams [to play] now.

Ranieri understands the frustration of the fans, many of whom chanted "You don't know what you're doing" when Ranieri took off Andre Schurrle for Cyrus Christie after 53 minutes.

But it was not long before Pogba decided it was time to take charge in the middle of the park.

Martial had already set up the opener for Pogba in the 14th minute when he produced his moment of magic nine minutes later.

Just after the hour-mark, Pogba would score again, this time from the penalty spot after Juan Mata was fouled in the box by Maxime Le Marchand, a player who had a game to forget.

'I just spoke to him outside because he came into the dressing room, ' confirmed Solskjaer.

"I have never seen a group of players have a bigger gap between them an the manager".