Published: Thu, November 08, 2018
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Man United making life hard for themselves - Herrera

Man United making life hard for themselves - Herrera

Marcus Rashford scored a stoppage-time victor as Manchester United came from behind to claim a much-needed 2-1 away win over Bournemouth.

Manchester United remain second in their Champions League group behind Juventus, but are desperate to get something from their visit to Italy to make qualification for the last 16 less tricky.

United improved after the break, and almost took the lead when Young rattled the frame of the goal with a free-kick.

"I have to wait until Monday", said the Portuguese after Anthony Martial and Marcus Rashford struck in Lukaku's absence at the Vitality Stadium on Saturday.

Rashford, himself, was axed from the starting line-up at the Vitality Stadium but staked his place for regular inclusion with a dramatic stoppage time victor and Ferdinand believes his all-round game marks him out as a better option than Lukaku to lead the line. "It was all the first half".

He said on BT Sport: "It was not just the start, it was all the first half".

"[He] was the one that changed the game by giving the team, the balance, the intensity, the high pressure, the organisation that the team didn't have until then I think he was fundamental for us".

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"The first half was a disaster".

"I started [at half-time] by saying it was impossible to play worse than we did so the second half will be better for sure". They failed to close down their opponents as well as create any major chances in the initial stages, and ended up conceding the opener shortly after the opening 10 minutes.

Marcus Rashford (2R) celebrates scoring his United's second goal.

But Mourinho is still concerned by the lethargic manner in which his players are starting games.

"We were ready for everything, I can't understand the mentality that brings me more white hair!"

Mourinho puts that record down to his attempt to strike a balance between the defensive strengths demonstrated more frequently last season and develop his team as an attacking force. In spite of the fact we won at Burnley and Watford away, I think the Chelsea performance was a very strong performance away from home. I love the song "Attack, attack, attack" but you need to know that when you lose the ball you have to have stability. I want to be a whole game team, not just a second half team.

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