It has been the dream start to life at Manchester United for summer signing Daniel James as he scored his fourth goal of the season against Belarus. He has enjoyed a fine introduction to life in the Premier League since joining the Red Devils this summer.
Manchester United new boy, James continues his brilliant start to the season and has won United’s Player of the Month award for his three goals in four appearances. He also won the Goal of the Month for his goal against Southampton.
He came off the bench and scored a debut goal against Chelsea in the opening fixture. But just after four matchdays it looks like he’s on the verge of equalling Ole’s goalscoring record.
His brilliant scoring run means he has now scored in both of his home appearances for the club and if he nets another against Leicester this weekend he will match the current record. If he’s able to find the net against Leicester this weekend then he would become only the second player to score in their first three PL appearances at Old Trafford – the other was his current manager, Solskjaer.
In 1996, Solskjaer scored goals at home against Blackburn, Nottingham and Tottenham, but could be set to share his record this weekend. Something that he won’t mind at all.