- French star Paul Pogba showed he is a leader in the Manchester United's squad after charging them to go all out for victory
- Footage of the midfielder urging his teammate to take a cue from their victory against Cardiff City surfaced on social media after the match
- The 25-year-old then stepped up to score twice in the game as they coast to their second victory under their new manager
Manchester United continued their winning streak under new manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer since he was appointed interim manager earlier this month.
His first game in charge of the team ended in a 5-1 thrashing of relegation threatened side Cardiff City away from home.
The Red Devils maintained the momentum at Old Trafford by convincingly dispatched Huddersfield 3-1 in one of the Boxing Day fixtures.
However, video clips of Paul Pogba charging his teammates to go all out for victory has surfaced on social media, urging them to give their all for the home fans.
The World Cup winning star ended up scoring two superb goals in the game to bring his Premier League goals tally to five in 16 appearances, with five assists this campaign.
“Everyone, when we go, we go. Pressing, first balls. If you lose the ball, at it again. Now we are at home, we are at home. “Same, same, same [as last week against Cardiff]. We go strong, we start strong." Pogba was quoted by Tribal Football.
The former Juventus star has scored twice in this season's UEFA Champions League and a chance to increase the number will present itself as they battle PSG in the knockout stage.
United are 19 points adrift of current table toppers Liverpool as they face Bournemouth in their next EPL match.
Though, there are 17 more matches to wrap up this Premier League season, a chance for them to contend for the title is very slim but they can battle for the Champions League title.
Meanwhile, the Red Devils are getting closer to announcing Tottenham Hotspur boss Mauricio Pochettino as their new manager once the two parties agree terms.
YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Manchester United recorded their second straight win under caretaker manager Ole Gunnar Solksjaer with a 3-1 victory over Huddersfield Town on Boxing Day.
Nemanja Matic opened scoring for the Red Devils before sealing the victory with Paul Pogba's brace in the game.
Mathias Jorgensen's late minute strike however ended up a consolation as it was unable to help his side avoid defeat after the clash.