Ole Gunnar Solskjaer denies rumour he had to split up Paul Pogba & Romelu Lukaku's training ground bust-up

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer denied reports he split up Pogba & Lukaku bust-up

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is making Manchester United fans dream again.

The Norweigian manager has had great success since taking over as manager in December.

And his reign got even better on Wednesday night.

Solskjaer oversaw his side's miraculous comeback against Paris Saint-Germain as his side came back from a two goal deficit in the first leg.

There were reports of unrest behind the scenes in midweek, though.

Romelu Lukaku was on a hat-trick against Southampton last weekend but, when United were given a last minute penalty, Paul Pogba took the spot-kick.

Pogba went on to miss the penalty, but it did not matter as United won 3-2.

However, a report emerged from the Sun claiming the two players had a bust up in training over the penalty.

Solskjaer was claimed to have had to step in and break up the confrontation.

Paul Pogba and Romelu Lukaku celebrate after the PSG win

He addressed those reports right at the end of his post-match press conference after beating PSG and he did so brilliantly.

"How do you think I can step in between them two!?" He told the media, while referencing Lukaku and Pogba's size.

A journalist can then be heard replying: "But you can do everything!"

Watch the video below:

Brilliant stuff.

Understandably, Solskjaer was in buoyant mood  after the gane, claiming United can win their fourth Champions League title.

"It's this club. It's what we do, that's Man Utd," said Solskjaer, per BBC Sport. "That's the Champions League, it's what it does.

"We can go all the way. Of course we fancy ourselves, but we just have to wait for the draw and then take the game as it comes.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer shakes Kylian Mbappe's hand after PSG v Man United

"It's a typical Manchester United night. We had a game-plan and the belief in the boys was what we hoped for. Everyone shares a huge pride.

"The players were really great. They were focused, they listened to all the instructions like in training, and on the pitch they knew that we had to defend well. There was a lot of quality."

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