Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was all smiles after Manchester United registered a record-breaking win over Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park.
READ: EPL: Chelsea claim London derby spoils
The Red Devils got their top-four charge back on track as a brace from Romelu Lukaku and a solitary strike from Ashley Young secured a 3-1 win over the Eagles on Wednesday night.
United, who are yet to lose in the Premier League under Solskjaer, have now won eight consecutive away matches, which is a new club record.
“You go into every (away) game as a Man United coach, with these players that we’ve got, thinking that you have a chance to win every game. The next one’s away against PSG, let’s see if we can continue,” the interim coach was quoted as saying by the Mirror.
“This was a great win, great result, three points at Selhurst Park is never a given. Key today was a good start, and taking control of the game and I thought we did that.
“I am very pleased for Rom (Lukaku), he is a quality finisher. He’s a professional boy, a good boy, it’s great to have him in and around the place. It’s Rashford’s form which has moved him out wide but he was in the middle and took his chance.”