- Paul Pogba struck twice as Manchester United thrash visiting Bournemouth 4-1 at Old Trafford
- Marcus Rashford and Romelu Lukaku also scored a goal each in Solskjaer third game in charge of the club
- The Red Devils have now gone on three match winning run since the arrival of their interim manager
Manchester United continued their 100 percent win rate under new manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer with an impressive 4-1 victory over Bournemouth at Old Trafford.
French star Paul Pogba opened scoring for the Red Devils just five minutes into the game after tapping into the net from a Marcus Rashford's cross.
The 25-year-old rose high to head home from an Ander Herrera's cross in the 34th minute to double his side's lead.
Having created an assist earlier in the game for the first goal, Marcus Rashford registered his name on the scores sheet after sliding in the danger zone to power his side to 3-0 lead in the first half.
Nathan Ake reduced the deficit for his side in the added minutes of the first half with an assist from David Brooks.
Man United continued from where they stopped in the first half with Romelu Lukaku coming on for Marcus Rashford in the 70th minute and two minutes later, grabbed his first in the game.
Eric Bailly was handed a marching order by referee Lee Stephen Mason after a terrible tackle on Ryan Fraser as the hosts were reduced to ten men ten minutes before the end of the game.
United remain sixth on the table with 35 points after 20 matches ahead of their next Premier League clash against Newcastle United on January 3.