REVEALED: What Ole Gunnar Solskjaer told his squad to inspire five-goal demolition of Cardiff

Nemanja Matic has revealed what Manchester United new boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer told his squad to inspire them before 5-1 victory over Cardiff at the weekend. A dismal display at Liverpool last week led to United conceding over 30 shots on their goal, and ended with Mourinho's dismissal. Marcus Rashford, Anthony Martial, Ander Herrera and two from Jesse Lingard meant the Red Devils cruised to victory, with a performance that was a contrast to anything offered up under Mourinho this term. But according to Matic, Solskjaer’s pre-match instructions were simple. "He had only two days with us but we had a few meetings," revealed the ex-Chelsea man. "He said we need to play more forward, to be more dangerous in attack, to run more, to compete with everything. "And that's exactly what we did today and we are happy because of that."J

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