Talking Points From Manchester United's Win Over Bournemouth

Talking Points From Manchester United's Win Over Bournemouth

"It was one of the best first-half performances I've seen us have in the Premier League since being promoted".

"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. Absolutely bad. And not just my defenders, but the team. "We are doing everything we can to get there", he said.

"We struggled to score the second goal and we drifted out of the game a bit", Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri said. "The first half, I think we learned from that and we showed that in the second half and on Wednesday you will see a difference".

"I can't believe that double chance from Ashley Young and Marcus Rashford".

And will be a valuable addition to the United team if he joins them and team up with Fred, Matic and Mata in the middle of the park for Mourinho's side.

Having scored just 42 seconds in, it was the quickest goal scored by Juventus in Serie A play in exactly six years, with Arturo Vidal having scored 18 seconds into a November 2, 2012 match against Inter. We pressed higher, more intensity and intention. Who can give that added burst in the last five minutes?

"They stayed in the game and, from our perspective, we were disappointed with their first goal". The team performed much better.

"The game against Bournemouth after 30 minutes I was ashamed for the United players". The lead can be overturned against teams like Newcastle and Bournemouth, but big games are coming thick and fast and United need to be ready for them from the first minute. I was ashamed for this mythical club, I was ashamed for its history, I was ashamed for Mourinho, I was ashamed for his staff, I thought to myself, but what is this team of good for nothings.

Argentina worldwide Dybala scored Juve's quickest Serie A goal in six years to put the hosts en route to a win that gives them 31 points after 11 top-flight matches - their best tally at this stage of a campaign.

"I can't understand [the slow starts]".

It's safe to say that Callum Wilson has been one of the best performing English strikers in the Premier League this season.

"I think when you look at Juventus, they just ran the midfield at Old Trafford and we couldn't get anywhere near them".