Manchester United hold on to beat Everton

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Manchester United hold on to beat Everton

"His performance today without the goal would be a good performance, and what I want from him is exactly that".

Martial is yet to commit his future to United.

Mourinho's men usurp the Toffees in eighth place with a win that was not always straightforward as the visitors displayed flashes of the confidence brought by three successive league wins.

Everton nearly found an immediate response three minutes later, but Bernard, having rounded De Gea, inexplicably missed the target with the goal gaping. Young was slightly fortunate not to see yellow for a challenge that felled Lucas Digne on 35 minutes.

"This victory was very important to get us back toward the top of the league".

"The referee is there at that moment and it looks like my player touched the ball, so it's not a tough decision". Sigurdsson and Richarlison combine to send Bernard free.

Sigurdsson won a midfield duel with Matic, who was subsequently booked, to feed Coleman and the Icelander was quickly into te box to meet the resulting cross, but again the header was straight at De Gea.

No changes by either manager during the internal as the Blues kicked off attacking the former scoreboard end where the travelling army of fans were encamped.

'Luke Shaw was strong and these people were good to him and now Anthony is becoming a better player'.

Groans around the ground ensued as Pogba took over nine seconds to strike the ball.

His combination with Martial on the left is a real plus point for the Red Devils going forward, but Pogba's love for the dramatic remains a negative on his game.

The Spaniard came on to replace the hard-working Mata.

Everton were quicker out of the traps in the second half as well and Richarlison forced a save from De Gea with smart footwork and a low shot that the keeper gathered at the second attempt but less than five minutes after the restart it was 2-0.

Juventus vice-president Pavel Nedved has played down talk of a potential reunion with Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba.

Lukaku had a number of chances to make the right run or pass but failed nearly every time.

The 12 boys who were trapped with their soccer coach in a flooded cave in northern Thailand for nearly three weeks were guests at Old Trafford for the match, and wore red-and-white United scarves for the occasion.

Someone on social media pointed out that Pogba's little trot from start to finish took more time than Jamaican sprinter Usain Bolt takes to run 100m.

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