There's something about Europe that seems to bring out the best in Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
First, Thomas Tuchel now his German compatriot Julian Nagelsmann, Solskjaer has taken on two of the most highly-rated young coaches in Europe and outwitted them both.
Two Champions League wins, two clean sheets. Solskjaer is prospering in Europe in a way he has not in the Premier League so far this season. United have faced their biggest rivals and are in firm control of a very tricky Group H.
Having switched to a back-three in Paris and overcome last season's beaten finalists – eclipsing Neymar and Kylian Mbappe in the process – Solskjaer rang the changes again and found a way past semi-finalists Leipzig as well.