Luke Shaw said Manchester United's demolition of Cardiff City is how the Premier League giants are "expected to play", though the left-back insisted Jose Mourinho's efforts should not be forgotten.
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"Then we carried on from there".
"It's a good move for the club, and it'll be fascinating to see how Ole sets the team up and how they play".
"It's about getting very player to the best, speaking to them, the training ground, philosophy, principles, how we want to play", said Solskjaer, who revealed he has been in touch with Ferguson in the past few days. "At times [under Mourinho] it didn't happen". "The goals we scored were just magnificent".
"I think in games before we have had a lot of chances that maybe could have ended up in the back of the net, but we didn't take our chances. Not everything worked well but things went well, we won trophies", Pogba said.
Shaw was among several United players to have fallen out with Mourinho during the Portuguese's colourful two-and-a-half-year tenure at Old Trafford.
Following Manchester United's 5-1 win over Cardiff City, Paul Pogba downplayed any rift with Jose Mourinho and thanked him for making him a better player.