Solskjaer’s Manchester United set record after 5-2 thrashing of Bournemouth

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s Manchester United thrashed Bournemouth 5-2 at Old Trafford on Saturday afternoon to keep alive our hope of finishing in the top four.

The victory over Bournemouth means the team matched a feat last achieved by Manchester United in 2011.

The five goals scored against Bournemouth is the first time a Manchester United team have scored that much in the Premier League at Old Trafford since December 2011 when Manchester United beat Wigan 5-0.

Despite scoring five against Bournemouth, Solskjaer wants our attack to keep improving.

Solskjaer said: “Yeah, well, every day and every game and every training session is a chance to improve.

“We’ve got to improve the ones we’ve got here. I think we’ve seen improvement in Marcus, Mason and Anthony all season, so we’ll keep on improving the ones we’ve got.

“But, we will never stand still. We are always on the lookout if there’s anything that’s possible.

“Because we can’t think we’ve cracked it, like Gary [Neville] mentioned last week. The emphasis is just on improving the team all the time.”