Cristiano Ronaldo again rescued his side with a draw against Atalanta.
The Portuguese talisman scored twice in order to secure a draw against Atalanta who were predominantly the stronger side in this game.
The 36-year old has made comeback wins against Villarreal and Atalanta in his last two European games and the manager compares him to Michael Jordan with the Chicago Bulls.
“We all have our roles and responsibilities,” Ole Gunnar Solskjaer said. “Of course Cristiano is a leader in the group but that’s what he does: he scores goals.
“We’re not happy conceding two goals. Both of them are very, very fine margins.
“I think the first one should be offside, the second he’s a centimetre onside, maybe offside last season. It’s fine margins.
“But he does provide those moments and I’m sure the Chicago Bulls didn’t mind having Michael Jordan either.
“For me, Cristiano is getting better and better for us. He’s feeling better.
“You know he’s not had a proper pre-season, now he is getting better and better and he’s feeling up to speed now.”