Manchester United talking points after big win over Crystal Palace

Manchester United talking points after big win over Crystal Palace

When Manchester United welcomed Crystal Palace to Old Trafford on Saturday, the world was certain that the Red Devils would stroll to victory. Although looking strong on the ball going forward, the big Belgian missed a couple of chances throughout the match, giving way for other players to score.

And their pressure paid off when Fellaini scored his second header of the night with just four second-half minutes played.

"We are trying to instil our ideas in the team, I would like to think that time goes on we will get better they will understand more what we want".

United began to get complacent again though and Mourinho brought on Jesse Lingard and Anthony Martial in an attempt to reinvigorate his cruising side.

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The fourth goal arrived in the final minutes, with Martial attacking down the left and crossing low for Lukaku to score from close in.

Mourinho's side have now won six in seven in the Premier League this season, while also recording their second Champions League group-stage win in as many outings following a 4-1 win away to CSKA Moscow on Wednesday.

United's lead goalscorer Lukaku looked like he was having an off day.

Fellaini joined United in the summer of 2014 as the first player of the post-Sir Alex Ferguson era, with David Moyes signing him from his former club Everton.

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Crystal Palace manager Roy Hodgson will be without four senior players when his side travel to Old Trafford to face in-form Manchester United on Saturday afternoon.

Furthermore, Henrikh Mkhitaryan made his 50th appearance for Manchester United and marked it with a well-taken goal. Jose Mourinho made changes in Moscow so he'll make a few more changes tomorrow but United fans will be hoping to see the name of Anthony Martial on the teamsheet after an impressive showing in Russian Federation.

After beating Ward, he dished off a pass right by a pursuing Mamadou Sakho.

Mourinho's claim that he could not afford to rest Lukaku until Zlatan Ibrahimovic is fit and available may have come as a blow to Marcus Rashford, who harbours hopes of eventually playing through the middle for Manchester United.

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It was the first time Fellaini has scored twice in a game for United since joining in 2013.

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