Marcus Rashford struck a goal in second-half stoppage-time to earn Manchester United a 1-0 victory over Wolves.
Manchester United striker Marcus Rashford believes that Edinson Cavani brings another dimension to the club.
Rashford had appeared to damage his shoulder towards the end of the match against Leicester but Solskjaer is hopeful that it is not a serious concern.
The striker scored twice to lead Manchester United's recovery to beat Sheffield United 3-2 in the Premier League on Thursday.
The Football Association (FA) has confirmed the development and further informed that Conor Coady will also not take part in the forthcoming matches.
Rashford said he was 'so proud' of those who backed his campaign against child hunger and that he was 'overwhelmed by the outpouring of empathy and understanding'.
Solskjaer threw on Rashford, Fernandes and Scott McTominay within the space of a few minutes to change the dynamic and United reaped the rewards.
Earlier, a Labour Party motion backed by the player to extend free school meals over school holidays until Easter was rejected largely along party lines.
Navas guessed Bruno's penalty the right way and dived to his left to stop his effort this time, but a video review showed the Costa Rican had both feet off his line when Fernandes struck the ball.
Now Rashford is using the announcement of his royal accolade to urge Johnson's administration to extend the food program.
There was still time for Lingard and Rashford to have further attempts before Greenwood got in on the act with a typically clinical finish after cutting in from the right.
United is now unbeaten in 19 games in all competitions, a run that has coincided with the signing of playmaker Bruno Fernandes in January.
Rashford's campaign bore fruit on Tuesday as his efforts ensured around 1.3 million children will get free school meal vouchers during the holidays.
As an activist, Marcus Rashford achieved so many of his goals over the last three months. Now it's time to score them on the soccer field.
The striker had written to Johnson and MPs and on Tuesday wrote in The Times newspaper that he understood personally how much free school meals mattered.