Manchester United are looking a totally new team since the appointment of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, making light work of Fulham to continue their charge up the table and seal a place in the top four ahead Chelsea's Sunday game with Manchester City.

Fulham came out of the blocks flying, with Schurrle particularly guilty for a clear miss in the opening periods. Fulham will go on to rue that miss as Manchester United began the rout through Paul Pogba who latched on to a through pass and fired and unstoppable left foot drive past the Fulham goalie.


One was soon two when Anthony Martial brought a bit of quality to the table, starting a run from deep midfield past two players and firing into the bottom right hand corner to double Manchester United's lead and put the result beyong Fulham.

The gloss on the performance was added by the rejuvenated central midfielder Pogba who converted a spot kick after Juan Mata was upended in the box for a penalty to the visitors.

This win moves Manchester United up to fourth, one point ahead of Chelsea ahead their Sunday six pointer with Manchester City who will be looking to reclaim top spot from Liverpool who ran out 3-0 winners at Bournemouth.

English premier league side Arsenal made light work of strugglers Huddersfield in the premier league, running away 1-2 victor's on the day but staying stuck on 6th on the log.

Alexander Iwobi got the party started in the 16th minute, latching on to a cross into the box and firing one time past Ben Hamer in goal for Huddersfield. Alexandre Lacazette got in on the act in the 44th minute, finishing off a sweeping Arsenal move with full marks going to Maitland-Niles for the assist.

This win takes Arsenal a few points closer to the top 4 and level on points with Chelsea on 50 points ahead their super Sunday clash with second placed Manchester City.

The Nigerian play maker has featured in 23 games in the EPL this season and has contributed three goals and five assists to Arsenals campaign.

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