Manchester United are getting back to their dominant position in England under Norwegian manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer who has been in charge of the club for almost three years now. They used to have one of the best squad s in the Premier League under Ferguson from the 1990s to the early 2010s and this seems to be returning under Solskjaer.
Solskjaer is yet to win a trophy at Old Trafford after losing in several semifinals last season and also this season. He could win the Europe League this season his team is the most in-form and has the best squad of clinching the trophies which will a great start for him.
The Red Devils have achieved some incredible records under Ole Gunnar like going winning losing for a single away match in League games so far and the side also achieved another record recently of scoring 100 goals in all competitions which happened last when Sir Alex Ferguson was in charge.
United achieved this record in their Europa League quarter-final match against Granada when Edison Cavani score the first goal for the club. This has never happened since Fergie left and other great managers like Jose Mourinho and Luis van Gaal.
Manchester City also has reached 100 goals this season but when you compare them to United, the Red Devils forwards have been better in front of goal compared to Manchester City. Most of the goal scorers for Pep Guardiola have been mostly midfielders even the club top scorer this season is IIkay Gundogan.
Manchester United forwards have been prolific this season and there is no Manchester City has scored more goals than Marcus Rashford, not even their high scoring midfielders. This record of goals shows how the United attack is turning out to one of the best in Europe and in they might be unstoppable next season.