The Red Devils eased to a 10th win in 11 games under their caretaker manager on Saturday, thanks to a double from Paul Pogba and a fine Anthony Martial solo goal at Craven Cottage, despite Solskjaer making six changes to the side that won at Leicester City last week.
They settled for a 3-0 win in the end and Solskjaer was able to keep Marcus Rashford and Jesse Lingard on the bench before United welcome PSG to Old Trafford for the first leg of their last-16 Champions League tie on Tuesday night.
Add a lacking structure in front of them, with a careless Jean Michael Seri and you get this, 58 goals conceded in 26 matches.
"We have big games coming up, so it won't be easy".
"We are trying to put the team forward to put players in positions where they can hurt teams".
The England global has scored nine Premier League goals this season, six of which have come since Solskjaer took over in December. We don't want to risk him. When we need three points, we get the three points. Of course, they're all happy after winning the game. It was a superbly-hit effort, although goalkeeper Rico could have done better.
Ranieri understands the frustration of the fans, many of whom chanted "You don't know what you're doing" when Ranieri took off Andre Schurrle for Cyrus Christie after 53 minutes.
Sessgnon had previously stated that current Manchester United left back Luke Shaw was an idol of his, along with long time Manchester United target Gareth Bale.
As well as setting up Pogba for the opener, Martial netted one of his own, meaning he has now been involved in 50 Premier League goals.
In the 23rd minute, Martial produced a moment of magic in keeping with United's scintillating counter-attacking traditions. "I speak to him like I do with the others, that's management".
Just after the hour-mark, Pogba would score again, this time from the penalty spot after Juan Mata was fouled in the box by Maxime Le Marchand, a player who had a game to forget.
"He's got every chance, he's done everything right since he has come in", Parlour told Express Sport.
Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba is fast becoming "the best Premier League player", says pundit Jamie Redknapp.