Manchester United is a club that needs determination for any player to perform well. However, the management in some way is behind every player improvement and a nice performance while on the pitch. Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola named Manchester United stars who have improved at the club since Solskjaer's arrival.
According to Manchester Evening News, Guardiola has singled out Marcus Rashford and left-back Luke Shaw as the players who have been helped by the Norwegian coach at the club. According to Guardiola, the pair is now at the different levels of football and they are enjoying now playing for Manchester United.
Rashford has turned out to be a player of great impact and having scored 8 goals and 6 assists in the premier league, Guardiola says this is a good performance. The manager says Rashford can improve further with Solskjaer still managing United.
Luke Shaw defending capabilities and his recent provision of assists has convinced Guardiola that he can perform much better. Shaw has been poor before Solskjaer but now it looks like he has gotten what he was lacking at the past and he is performing well.
These two are going to be high with their current performances at the club and they can help United win the title this season.
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