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Cary Erickson | 19 October, 2020, 03:55

We've won 4-1 today and you're asking why I didn't start one of the players.

He also put emphasis on the contribution of his resurgent team captain, Maguire, who scored a goal along with Bruno Fernandes, Aaron Wan-Bissaka and Marcus Rashford.

"I think the team has big characters and big players", Portugal global Fernandes, who missed his first penalty for United in what was his 11th spot-kick taken since joining from Sporting CP in January, added. What happened against Tottenham can't happen again. We play for such a big club and such a big team.

Manchester United have scored five own goals against Newcastle in the Premier League. He needs to keep doing what he did today, not about the goal he scored because it's not what he has to do but defending like he has to do and giving us the chance up front to be secure when we lose the ball. This club deserves better than that.

"Today it was flawless, after that defeat".

"I think he's done a magnificent job, I think he's been superb in what he's done".

David De Gea had to be equally resilient to claw away a stabbed Callum Wilson effort off the line at the other end, and it was not until the clock had reached 86 minutes that United slipped into top gear.

Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer opted to start the Spain worldwide for the trip to Newcastle as the Red Devils boss made a number of changes from the team that lost 6-1 to Tottenham Hotspur last time out. The Red Devils then struggled to find the spark required to bag a second goal.

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"I wouldn't say we have answered them [the critics]", he told Sky Sports.

"I think it's bad to be under fire but he has a great mentality".

The Newcastle coach Steve Bruce chose a formation of 4-1-4-1 as he kept Wilson as the only striker.

Hopefully, this is the start of a resurgence and we can go on a winning run.

"We have a free-kick in the 85th-minute and Jonjo puts it in the box and we don't deal with it on the edge".

"All of a sudden, they've broken on you and they're arguably as good as anybody playing on the counter-attack with what they've got and we were caught, which is the disappointing thing". "Of course he scores a goal and leads by example".

"We had moments ourselves".