Man Utd boss Solskjaer snubbed Marcus Rashford and Bruno Fernandes with touchline demand

Manchester United caught the eye last night with an emphatic demolition job on RB Leipzig. The Bundesliga leaders travelled to Old Trafford looking to upset the apple cart but Julian Nagelsmann’s side were embarrassed by the Red Devils, who ran out 5-0 winners.

Marcus Rashford came off the bench to hit a memorable treble while fellow forwards Mason Greenwood and Anthony Martial were also on the scoresheet in a perfect night for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.

The England international was lavished in praise for his performance, following his recent heroics off the field in the fight to end child food poverty.

He also received recognition for his generosity during the contest, after gifting strike partner Martial the chance to take the penalty that could have sealed his hat-trick.

However, it now appears the decision was made by United boss Solskjaer.

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After the game, Solskjaer highlighted just how impressed he was by the nature of his team’s performance.

“Marcus Rashford came on and did well but the groundwork was there from the team,” he said.

“That’s what you want that from the subs. What a shift they put in. Leipzig are a high press, the intensity, so we had to dig deep.

“We had to rest a few because the season is relentless, so we used the squad.

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