Ole Gunnar Solskjær is hoping Manchester United can rediscover their appetite for goals when they take on Partizan Belgrade in the Europa League at Old Trafford on Thursday. Though his side opened their league campaign with an impressive 4-0 demolition of Chelsea, the six home matches since have featured a single goal in each and Solskjær believes United can do better.
“We’ve had a few results go against us through fine margins this season but now we know we are on the right track,” the United manager said. “The defeat at Bournemouth put an end to that mini-run we were on but we can start another one against Partizan if things go well.
“We have kept three cleans sheets already in the competition, which is impressive, and now we would like to score a few more goals. If we get off to a good start in a game like this we could fill our boots, and we want to go for it.”