Martial, Rashford Steal Show In United's Comeback Victory Against Bournemouth

Martial, Rashford Steal Show In United's Comeback Victory Against Bournemouth

The England worldwide rifled home from close range after 92 minutes as United got the better of a resilient Bournemouth defensive display to complete a remarkable turnaround. "A tough time, I thought I was the luckiest manager in the Premier League". The Red Devils have gone unbeaten in Premier League action through October, earning a 2-1 win over Everton in their most recent match thanks to goals from Paul Pogba and Anthony Martial. "So I think he was really good for us". Absolutely terrible. And not just my defenders, but the team.

"I can't understand why we started slow".

While Howe was impressed by his side's performance, especially in the first half, he admitted that the result at full time was hard to come to terms with.

Yet a miraculous goal-line block by Nathan Ake from Rashford's shot after Young's free kick hit the woodwork hinted that it might not be their day.

The result lifts United, who were without Romelu Lukaku through injury for their trip to the south coast, level on points with Bournemouth in sixth place in the Premier League table, but the hosts will rue missed opportunities.

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Bournemouth went close to taking the lead at the beginning of the second half, but David Brooks' impudent flick from close range was well saved by De Gea, who managed to grasp the ball at the second attempt. As expected, the home team pressed higher up the pitch, as Victor Lindelof and Chris Smalling unable to control the game. "We created lots of chances, we deserved to score before the minute 90-something", Mourinho added. "We are going to be in a better position", he said.

But, with Fred delivering an impressive performance last weekend, Mourinho does not have much of a concern, as far as personnel in the middle of the park is concerned. In theory, you say "Come on, 1-1, you bring Herrera". Mourinho's team have kept just one clean sheet in their first 11 league games this season compared to eight over the same spell last term and the United manager believes it is the cost of playing more attacking football.

"Juve have shown they don't concede many goals and hopefully we can get on the front foot".

Asked how confident he is of Martial staying, Mourinho said: "I don't belong to the discussions of contracts".

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