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Manchester United striker Rasmus Hojlund has done exactly what Erik ten Hag said he would

After silencing Aston Villa with a match-winning strike at Old Trafford on Boxing Day, Rasmus Hojlund silenced the same opponent's supporters at Villa Park 47 days later.

Though he did not score Manchester United's winner on Sunday afternoon, the Dane revelled in 'shushing' the Villa fans in the North Stand as Scott McTominay celebrated his winner. Putting his finger over his lips, Hojlund knew exactly what he was doing.

The striker, who had plundered his first Premier League goal against Villa in the reverse fixture in M16, was as every bit delighted as McTominay was. Perhaps more so.

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After all, it was his 17th-minute opener that had been wiped out by Douglas Luiz and looked set to halt United's three-game winning run. Just as he did against Tottenham Hotspur, Wolves and West Ham United, Hojlund scored before half-time.

After crafting his best goal in United colours thus far against West Ham, his deadlock-breaking finish at Villa Park was not quite as glamorous. Connecting with Harry Maguire's header, the former Atalanta man was in the right place at the right time to turn the ball home and claim his 11th of the season in all competitions.

Suddenly, in the blink of an eye, the 21-year-old's record for United has gone from looking underwhelming to incredibly respectful. Five goals in as many league appearances, plus one in the FA Cup against Newport County, has been him more than double his tally for the campaign in seven weeks.

On current form, it feels as though there is no way of stopping him. Confidence is flowing through