Saturday's 2-1 victory at Bournemouth was the third time in four league matches that United have recovered from a losing position, grabbing the victor in the second minute of stoppage time on this occasion. Wilson caused a myriad of trouble for United's centre-half pairing of Chris Smalling and Victor Lindelof and clearly deserved scoring the opener in the eleventh minute.
Jose further spoke about the formidable mentality his team displayed at the Vitality stadium on Saturday, by adding: "When we are in control we have no problems, when the opponent is in control I think the team has problems. It is an especially tough month now and potentially after the worldwide break when we have a lot of home games it's all about making sure we get results and move up that table despite the tough games".
Afterwards, United boss Jose Mourinho laid into his team's "awful" defensive display during the first half. The two points we lost against Chelsea in the last minute [two weeks ago], we got them today.
"Every phase of the season is so important". Indeed, the Red Devils showed excellent character following a brisk start from Bournemouth in the first half, which took them by surprise. I said it is impossible to play worse than we did so the second half will be better for sure.
Ronaldo has made 11 appearances for Juventus so far and scored seven times. In theory, you say "Come on, 1-1, you bring Herrera". We had to come from behind, not for the first time, and it wasn't easy, but to take the three points in stoppage time is a special feeling.
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Substitute Ander Herrera was excellent and almost scored, with fellow sub Rashford scoring the vital late goal from close range.
A 92nd minute victor from Marcus Rashford gave United a deserved away win. "We're going to win a lot of points that way, and a lot of other teams are going to gain or lose points that way".
The former Everton man can grab 30 goals a season easily and if he's playing in a full strength, peak side then who knows how many more he can grab.
Dybala got Juventus off to a brilliant start when he turned Fabio Pisacane and Luca Ceppitelli on the edge of the box and fired into the bottom-right corner despite losing his footing.