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Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's Record At Manchester United That Is Yet To Be Broken

The English Premier League is one of the most entertaining leagues in the world, owing to the fact that it is more competitive than any other league in the globe. It is extremely difficult for a single team to win the league title on several times.

It is equally difficult to forecast which side will win the league. Furthermore, predicting the winning side in each match is quite difficult. Now, there is this one individual who has one thing that is really tough to accomplish in a football game.

Manchester United striker Ole Gunnar Solskjaer achieved the unthinkable: he scored four goals in less than twelve minutes against Nottingham Forest in the 1998-1999 season. The game was difficult, but Manchester United won by an eight-goal margin.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer played 366 appearances for Manchester United, scoring 126 goals. He was genuinely a fantastic striker that any team could have at the time, and he was also renowned to score late goals during injury time.

At Manchester United, he is famous for several things. First, he scored the late winning goal for his side in a Champions League final against the problematic Bayern Munich. He also helped the squad achieve a triple, which included the Champions League, League, and FA Cup.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer suffered a knee injury that was so severe that it would not heal, forcing him to retire from professional football in 2008. Instead, he went directly into a management position at his nation.

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