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Jamie Carragher's reaction on commentary to Paul Pogba's dace celebration v Bournemouth

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It’s fair to say Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has had the desired effect on this Manchester United side.

After taking over from Jose Mourinho, Solskjaer has led the Red Devils to three wins (5-1 vs Cardiff, 3-1 vs Huddersfield and now 4-1 vs Bournemouth).

Suddenly, United are looking at the possibility of finishing in the top-four.

But it’s the manner of their victories that must be most pleasing for United fans.

Under Mourinho, it was dull, turgid and painful to watch.

Under Solskjaer, it’s been exciting and full of fast attacking football.

And it seems the players are playing with a smile on their faces once again.

You only need to look at Paul Pogba.

Manchester United v AFC Bournemouth - Premier League

The Frenchman was having a nightmare season under Mourinho and often found himself on the substitutes bench.

Now, Pogba has scored four goals in his last two games and looks to be having a lot of fun.

That can be seen in his celebrations.

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Against Huddersfield and Bournemouth, the World Cup winner has been seen performing a little jig after his goals - something that has caused a bit of a stir.

And even Jamie Carragher, co-commentator on Sky Sports on Sunday, had a little something to say.

When Pogba began his little dance with Eric Bailly, Carragher can be heard saying: “Oh here we go…Jesus.”

CARRAGHER'S REACTION TO POGBA'S DANCE

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It’s clear to see what Carragher thinks of Pogba’s celebrations, then.

Incidentally, a video has emerged of Pogba before the Bournemouth game seemingly practising his celebration - something which he denied after the 4-1 win.

"No!" he laughed when asked by Sky Sports if he had rehearsed the celebration. "It is just coming. Everybody knows I love to dance. That is how I celebrate my goals.

"I always want to do more. Obviously, but I try not to do too much and play for the team, play simple and that is the most important. Try to play like that again. Like I said, we are still far and we want to improve.”

Topics:
Jamie Carragher
Football
Eric Bailly
Jose Mourinho
Paul Pogba
Premier League
Manchester United
Bournemouth

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