Ole Gunnar Solskjaer continued his unbeaten start to life as Manchester United interim manager with a 0-3 win at Craven Cottage.

The Norwegian has now won 10 games out of the 11 he has been in charge of, drawing just the one, which came at Old Trafford against Burnley.

This time around, the three points in south London came quite easy for United with Paul Pogba once again running the show, adding two goals to his current unstoppable form.

The Frenchman now has 11 goals this Premier League season, whilst his compatriot Anthony Martial also scored his ninth of the season, with a sublime, Thierry Henry-esque run and finish.

The Red Devils are now into the Champions League qualification places for the first time under Solskjaer, and can stay there if their neighbours Manchester City can beat Chelsea on Sunday.

Here are our four findings from United’s easy victory over Fulham.