- Man United have only managed to scored nine goals in eight Premier League games this season
- It has been the Red Devils' worst start in 12 years under any manager at Old Trafford in the league
- Solskjaer could be shown the exit door if United fails to win Norwich City after the international break
Manchester United have scored the fewest Premier League goals this season than any other Red Devils' squad in the past 12 years.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's men have just scored nine goals in eight games, the worst goal ratio of any United manager.
The Old Trafford out outfit have also gone 12 matches without a win away from home since they last beat Paris Saint-Germain in the Champions League in March.
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And United are the 13th ranked team in the English topflight division that have scored fewer goals in the league so far.
Ousted manager Jose Mourinho, had already scored 21 goals last season and were four points and four places better off than 12th-placed United at present.
Since the 4-0 opening day victory over Chelsea at Old Trafford, United have not scored more than one goal in a match.
The Red Devils' are on a two-game losing streak in the league and Solskjaer could be shown the exit door if his side lose to Norwich on October 27.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Zlatan Ibrahimovic has been given an iconic statue in his hometown in Malmo, Sweden.
The nine-foot eight inches tall work of art was unveiled at the Malmo stadium as fans trooped to see their Swedish all-time record goalscorer.
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