MANCHESTER - Manchester United eased to a 4-0 victory against Chelsea at Old Trafford on Saturday, but that didn't tell the whole story.
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Marcus Rashford scored in each half and Anthony Martial and Daniel James both scored in the second half, but Chelsea hit the woodwork twice in the first half and new manager Frank Lampard will be scratching his head after a proper thumping.
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Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's name reverberated around Old Trafford as this new-look United side dug deep, rode their luck and showed there may be good times ahead.
Here's what we learned from Old Trafford.
UNITED'S NEW BOYS SETTLE IN QUICKLY
Harry Maguire and Aaron Wan-Bissaka were both making their home debuts as Manchester United players and both had their name sung loud and proud by the Stretford End. They snapped into tackles, looked calm defensively and even though Chelsea caused United problems defensively, it was more so down to Luke Shaw and Victor Lindelof being caught out of position or sloppy passes in midfield.
Daniel James then jumped off the bench to score on his Premier League debut to make it 4-0 as the Welsh winger proved he can be a real menace as an impact player. All three of United's new boys made a positive impact on their debut and Solskjaer will hope that Maguire and AWB continue as they've started off. With those two in defense, they look a much better defensive unit.
CHELSEA'S DEFENDING WILL BE A WORRY
Kurt Zouma may well have been Man United's best player on Sunday. That's a tad harsh, but he gave away a penalty kick, looked all over the place positionally and the pace of Marcus Rashford was too much for him to handle. David Luiz has been sold, N'Golo Kante didn't start due to injury and Antonio Rudiger is still out, so this Chelsea defensive unit will look a lot different when it is fully fit.
That said, the way Chelsea capitulated in the second half will be a worry for Lampard and even when Rudiger and Kante are fully fit, who starts at center back? On this showing neither Zouma or Christensen did themselves any favors.
BEST AND WORST OF POGBA ARRIVES
In the first half Paul Pogba's display summed up the vacuum present in United's midfield. He and Scott McTominay couldn't get on the ball and when they did, they lost it. Pogba's second half was superb. He pinged over a pinpoint ball to Rashford to make it 3-0, then surged towards goal and slotted in Daniel James for the fourth.
We saw the best and worst of Pogba on Sunday and that is the main problem.
That is why fans are so divided when it comes to his worth at United and don't forget, he could still move on to Juventus or Real Madrid later this summer when their transfer windows close. He was booed and cheered when his name was read out over the PA announcer. That sums up the feeling towards him right now. He is infuriatingly inconsistent.
Pogba played like he wanted to be at United, but only in the second half. If he can become more consistent, United can really challenge for a top four finish this season.