Rising up to take up your parent's profession is something everyone can yearn for. In football sport, it has been a common thing for young children to follow the footsteps of their parents. This is seen with the children of top players like Cristiano Ronaldo,Paolo Maldini,Peter Schmeichel and even Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
Despite leaving Manchester United in not a very good way, former Manchester United seems have ensured his name lives in the minds of every Manchester United fan.
This is after her daughter Karna Solskjaer continued with stellar perfomances today just weeks after making her debut. The daughter of the Manchester United legend has been a lethal attacker for the red devils in the U21s. Together with Maria Edwards and Eleanor Ashton, Karna Solskjaer has contributed to fifty one goals this season.
The lethal trio accounts for seventy percent of Manchester United's women goals this season. Karna Solskjaer was in the scoresheet as Manchester United thrashed Birmingham by five goals to nil.
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