Incey: Man Utd must choose Pochettino over Solskjaer

Anthony Martial has signed a five-year deal

Anthony Martial has signed a five-year deal

Marcus Rashford and Alexis Sanchez both start for Manchester United in Sunday's Premier League clash with Leicester City.

"Ole had that click with some players that they are performing at their best", Herrera told ESPN.

"We have had the first good ball and first good recovery but all the time we didn't take our responsibility to play forward and take the space and put them under pressure".

In 10 games under the Norwegian, United have fallen a goal down only once, going behind to Burnley in mid-week, where they then proceeded to score two goals in 5 minutes to claim a dramatic draw.

While some reports have suggested that Sanchez could leave the club, speaking ahead of today's game against Leicester, former United captain Gary Neville said that his former employers are "stuck" with the £500,000-a-week forward, and questioned if he can adapt his game if he has lost a yard of pace.

"It seems we have had too much respect against this team, we show our quality when we play with the right intention and we can put the right balance in our game. It was a great defensive performance inside the box".

The Frenchman proceeded to display his deftness of his touch with a lovely pass that was lofted over the Leicester backline for Rashford to run onto and he did the rest, taking a touch before drilling a low shot past a helpless Kasper Schmeichel.

Another huge plus for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer since taking charge has been the form of United's academy graduates - Paul Pogba and Marcus Rashford in particular. He now looks a completely different player to the one who's development halted under Jose Mourinho. Paul is a fantastic midfielder and he can always improve.

Leicester City may have taken a point from Liverpool on Wednesday but they were beaten by Manchester United at the King Power Stadium on Sunday.

- Referee Mike Dean handed out eight yellow cards in this match (four to Leicester, four to Man Utd) - only one Premier League game (Arsenal vs Huddersfield in December) has seen more yellow cards awarded this season (9 yellow cards).

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