Ole Gunnar Solskjaer hailed the ‘incredible’ movement of Edinson Cavani after the striker helped Manchester United return to the Premier League’s summit with victory over Fulham.
United started slowly at Craven Cottage but Cavani’s instinctive equaliser sparked yet another comeback in the league away from home.
Paul Pogba completed the turnaround with an astonishing left-footed strike after the break that highlighted the Frenchman’s unique quality.
Cavani has now scored four goals in four league starts for United and Solskjaer heaped praise on the veteran Uruguayan forward in his post-match press conference.
Solskjaer says that ‘everyone can learn from’ Cavani’s movement and admitted frustration when the 33-year-old drifts wide as he is the man he wants in the box.
The Norwegian added Cavani is the type of striker he has been looking for in the transfer market and that he complements United’s younger forwards such as Anthony Martial, Marcus Rashford and Mason Greenwood.
Listen to Solskjaer speak about Cavani in his post-match press conference below:
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