Solskjaer puts Mourinho to shame as incredible Man Utd stats reveal huge improvement in EVERY department

Jose Mourinho was given the boot late last year on the back of an appalling string of results – and even worse performances.

Attitude problems off the pitch only further intensified the drama – but Solskjaer has well and truly got United fans smiling once more.

In the Norwegian's ten matches in charge, United have won nine, drawing one and lost none.

But it's not just the simple win-loss stats that have caught the attention of supporters.

After all, seeing the likes of Paul Pogba and Marcus Rashford finally showing their terrifying potential with the defensive shackles removed has been a joy to watch.

In fact, United have been better in every, single statistical category under Solskjaer – from win-rate and goals scored to chances created and sprints.

First and foremost though, United have won 87.5 per cent of their Premier League matches under Solskjaer – compared to just 41.2 per cent under Jose.

All-in-all, that's equated to United earning a near-flawless 2.75 points per game, compared to Mourinho's 1.5.

The free-flowing attacking ranks have also seen the chances created, shots taken and goals scored shoot up drastically.

Mourinho teams have long been famed for "parking the bus" – but that's no such problem for Solskjaer's crop.

The squad have run their socks off up the pitch in search of goals, with their running stats also flying off the charts in recent months.

United top the league in terms of matches played since Solskjaer took over.

They next face Fulham at Craven Cottage as they aim to keep their quest of a top-four spot alive and kicking.

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