United thrashed Bournemouth at Old Trafford (4-1) and remain on the winning streak that came with Solskjaer. United have scored 12 goals in the last three matches. On Wednesday, Juan will play against Rafa Benítez’s Newcastle, a manager with which he coincided at Chelsea.
Manchester United remain strong under the orders of Solskjaer. The Red Devils added their third consecutive Premier League win after beating Bournemouth (4-1) at Old Trafford. The show was built with a great first half. Pogba (5′ and 33′) and Rashford (45′) beat Begovic. Half time came with a 3-1 after a goal from Aké. On the second half, Lukaku scored the definitive 4-1.
These three last wins from United coincide with a goal streak of the team (12 goals scored). This score streak also leaves United at only 3 points from Arsenal and it lets them with chances to access the Champions League positions.
Juan Mata, that made a great performance against Huddersfield, didn’t play today. On Wednesday, against Newcastle, he’ll try to be a protagonist against Rafa Benítez, a coach with which he coincided when Mata was in Chelsea FC (2012-13 season).