Second-half goals from Bernardo Silva and Leroy Sane fired City back to the top of the Premier League and made it seven defeats from their last nine games for United.
The result also dealt a huge blow to United’s top four hopes, with the Red Devils three points behind fourth place Chelsea with three matches left to play. The Blues visit Old Trafford on Sunday for a fixture that will be vital in determining who claims the final Champions League qualification place.
United’s incredible downturn in form has coincided with Solskjaer’s appointment as the club’s permanent manager, following the superb work he did in the position of caretaker.
The former Red Devils striker signed a three-year deal with the club, but he’s already under serious pressure given just how poor results and performance levels have been since he put pen to paper.
And Ince, who questioned Solskjaer’s appointment as caretaker, has again gone in hard on United for rushing to hire the 46-year-old – a decision he believes the board may already be regretting.