Ole Gunnar Solskjaer got it right as Manchester United sauntered to a 3-0 away win over Fulham.

Here is a look at four things we learned from the victory…

Rotation is not always bad

Solskjaer’s experimenting against Burnley backfired when Andreas Pereira gave away a goal.

United made several changes against Fulham this weekend, and went on to secure the win.

Victor Lindelöf was rested and Chris Smalling returned to partner Phil Jones.

Juan Mata and Diogo Dalot both came in to get game time, with Anthony Martial starting and looking inspired.

Romelu Lukaku is still struggling

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While Martial and Paul Pogba were outstanding, Romelu Lukaku is still struggling to find his form.

He only managed one shot on goal, failing to hit the target.

If there was any doubt that Marcus Rashford will start against PSG, Lukaku’s performance confirmed it.

 

Scott McTominay still has something to offer

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Scott McTominay has been a whipping boy for fans in recent months and his performances this season had been poor.

Solskjaer rightly took him out of the firing line and sent him to the under-23s.

Yesterday he brought him on for the past 20 minutes to see the game out and the young Scot did his job, looking composed and a threat from set pieces.

Just like other players have a fresh start under Solskjaer, McTominay must get the benefit of the doubt for now too.

Bring on PSG

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No doubt about it, United are ready to take on Paris Saint-Germain.

When the draw was made United supporters felt there was no chance of success.

10 wins and one draw from 11 games under Solskjaer has transformed the mood and United take on the French champions full of confidence.

Marcus Rashford, Jesse Lingard, Ashley Young, Victor Lindelöf and Eric Bailly were all rested ahead of the game entirely and will be fresh for the midweek challenge.