Marcus Rashford scored a stoppage-time victor as Manchester United came from behind to claim a much-needed 2-1 away win over Bournemouth. Many of Jose Mourinho's men were brilliant at the Vitality Stadium on Saturday, but who stood out amongst the rest? "Of course, we enjoyed this game because we won in the last minute but it's not healthy for our fans, for our fans' hearts!"
Martial has netted five goals in his last five games and is another player said to be looking for some kind of parity with Sanchez, who he ha been outperforming this season.
"The team looked like we don't work tactically during the week which is obviously the worst feeling for me because we work so much and I expect my team to be really good and I feel really frustrated with that", Mourinho said.
'I think Juventus, we started the game a bit in awe, we were off the pace and they were on the front foot but the second half we showed we could give them a game, ' Smalling said. The point-blank saves against Callum Wilson and David Brooks in the first and second half respectively were the best that come to mind.
Chris Smalling had a hard game against Bournemouth, as the centre back looked shaky for large spells of the game. "I felt we needed him to give more balance and to recover the ball faster".
Liverpool draw shows Arsenal can play with top teams - Bernd Leno
Andrew Robertson says Liverpool's 1-1 Premier League draw at Arsenal feels like two points dropped for the title challengers. Liverpool have been joined by Bayern Munich in the race to sign Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey at the end of the season.
'In the last few years I think we have been known for shutting up shop and not conceding many goals so this season has been very unusual'.
The Spaniard recently returned to the squad from an injury and has been a squad player this season for Manchester United, but May feels he could start against Juventus on Wednesday night. Mourinho's side were fortunate to be level at half-time but after the restart, they improved the longer the game went on and should have claimed a decisive second goal after Young struck the bar with a free-kick.
The Cherries were by far the better side in the first half and took the lead on 11 minutes through in-form Callum Wilson.
'It brings us closer together. It's a small thing but we need to get it right. After a big summer at the World Cup with Belgium, it appears some fatigue may be setting in for Lukaku who has scored 31 goals in 65 games in all competitions for United since arriving from Everton a year ago.