Redknapp, Keane and Souness give their verdicts on the game at Wembley and we hear from the men of the moment for United, De Gea, Rashford and Pogba. He looked better for England than he did for United.
The Frenchman's form has improved markedly since Solskjaer was made caretaker boss and he says it is because he has been given license to attack.
Jesse Lingard had intercepted a pass at the half way line and laid it off for Pogba who passed handsome for Rashford who made no mistake to find the net.
Lukaku is yet to start in the league since Mourinho's dismissal and despite scoring three times in his last four matches, his minutes under Solskjaer have been limited to substitute appearances.
"I like to be more attacking, pressing and play high rather than defending".
"During the past few months, before the coach came back, I was benched, and a football player on the bench, I'm not sure if he can accept that", said Pogba.
And he told VG: "It's a real pleasure to work with Ole again. I know I have security behind me and I have freedom to go, so yes it helps". "Hopefully we can see the best of him because he's a top, top player".
So while Solskjaer's tactical plan was the foundation for victory, which moves United to within six points of fourth-placed Chelsea, the 45-year-old's personality has been just as important in turning the team around.
Tellingly, Solskjaer spoke in his postmatch news conference about his team's spirit before, knowingly or otherwise, name-checking every one of his starting eleven inside the space of three minutes.