Manchester United fans have been singing the praises of manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer after they finally saw a different side to him during his side’s 4-0 win against Norwich City on Saturday.
A brace from Marcus Rashford, with goals from Anthony Martial and second-half substitute Mason Greenwood meant that the Red Devils romped home to a comfortable victory at Old Trafford. They now sit five points behind fourth-placed Chelsea in the Premier League table as they aim to get back into the Champions League for the next campaign. The Norwegian manager came under heavy fire from former United striker Robin van Persie after he stated that Solskjaer should not be smiling when he loses, and the boss responded by saying that the Dutchman took his No. 20 shirt and that was it, as per the Metro.
Solskjær wasn’t happy with Pereira at half-time 😳 pic.twitter.com/TsxNHI3INI
— utdreport (@utdreport) January 11, 2020
On the back of these comments exchanged by two Premier League winners at United, Solskjaer showed some aggression towards midfielder Andreas Pereira as the two teams were leaving the field for half-time. He looked angry at the Brazilian as he left the field with his side 1-0 up at the break. It was a welcoming sign for supporters as they made their feelings clear on social media.
Check out some of the best Twitter reactions down below…
Finally hes angry on the pitch
— Matthew (@Matthew39928966) January 11, 2020
That’s the Ole I want to see.
— Keith Russell (@Keith_Russell) January 11, 2020
Love it! This is all I’ve been asking for.
— Rich (@UtdPotential) January 11, 2020
That’s more like it boss! Show them that hair dryer treatment
— Yahya3444 (@yahya3444) January 11, 2020
Like to see more of that from him
— Hugh (@TotaalTony) January 11, 2020
You love to see solksjaer angry.
— Arjun Raghuraman (@Arjun_mufc200) January 11, 2020
This is exactly what we were expecting from him on the touchline
— Joan🐝 (@UtdJoan) January 11, 2020
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