Paul Pogba can record a Manchester United record set this weekend by Cristiano Ronaldo.
The French midfielder has been one of United's outstanding players since Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was in charge of the interim coach. December 2018 was his best month
Pogba has reshuffled his game under Solskjaer and now looks like a gambler earning the media hype surrounding him since returning to Old Trafford in 2016.
Form was so good that he had the chance to achieve a remarkable performance Ronaldo had set over a decade ago.
The World Cup winner was involved in just five games under the Norwegian coach directly at eight goals each of his two home games.
Pogba twice netted against Huddersfield on Boxing Day before reiterating success four days later in a home win over Bournemouth.