Nobody knows for certain when Manchester United will be back in action again.
The enforced break from football provides an opportunity to look back at what the Reds have produced so far this season.
We’ve picked out United’s three best goals of the campaign so far, just as a reminder of what we’re missing.
Marcus Rashford – Chelsea (A)
United have beaten Chelsea three times this season, scoring eight goals in the process.
The pick of the bunch was Marcus Rashford’s stunning free kick in the EFL Cup back in October.
The match at Stamford Bridge was locked at 1-1 when Rashford produced a dipping, swerving masterpiece of a free kick, worthy of winning any game.
That set the tone for Rashford to go on a rampant run of form which kept United going while Solskjaer tinkered to find the right formula.
Rashford stepped up to the plate when it mattered most and carried on doing so throughout the winter.
Anthony Martial – Watford (H)
United have struggled against deep defences at times this season but in this 3-0 win in February, it all came together.
Martial showed quality, persistence and skill to shield the ball in the penalty box before dinking it over Ben Foster for 2-0.
It sent Old Trafford wild and showed the confidence the Frenchman was playing with following the arrival of Bruno Fernandes.
If Martial can produce those kinds of moments on a regular basis, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer should be a very happy man indeed.
Odion Ighalo – LASK (A)
Ighalo has netted on every single one of his starts since his January move to United his goal last Thursday was the best of the lot.
The Nigerian juggled the ball across both feet before smashing the ball home so sweetly it was a shame no fans were in the stadium to see it.
Goals like that are what have endeared Ighalo to the United supporters already and Solskjaer would likely love him to stay for longer.
It remains to be seen when United will get back to action or whether anyone can better these three strikes when they eventually do.
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