Solskjaer's side has registered a +4-goal difference.
He doesn't miss chances. Over the next month, United will face the likes of Chelsea (FA Cup), PSG twice (Champions League), and Liverpool.
Cristiano was the best, the way he's changed to now; that's part of any player - you've got to model yourself on someone and you've got to have more challenges ahead of you.
His tinkering killed the momentum and tempo of the side and the onus is on the Norwegian to right that wrong at the King Power Stadium; which he will do if he picks this starting eleven...
Martial has scored eight goals in 18 league matches this season and interim manager Solskjaer backed the player to continue his good form.
In a statement in the club's official website, the Red Devils applauded the Belgium worldwide, who arrived Old Trafford from Everton in August 2013.
Sanchez, who struggled to make an impact, was replaced by Anthony Martial, and a low Barnes cross from the left skidded through the penalty area with nobody in blue able to get on the end of it.
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'Against a Schmeichel you would think you might want to try through his legs but it was a great finish and the kid is improving and improving, ' added Solksjaer, who famously played with the Leicester goalkeeper's dad, Peter.
Solskjaer believes the France forward has plenty of room for improvement and has urged him to look at the way Ronaldo developed.
Time might just be running out for Claude Puel at Leicester. He defended stoutly, used the ball efficiently and made one excellent block against James Maddison.
Rashford had a driven effort from the edge of the area comfortably saved by Kasper Schmeichel just before half time, but Leicester ended the opening 45 minutes on the offensive with Pereira sending a long-range volley straight at De Gea.