"We kept creating, playing, creating chances and getting corners, and in the end it was from a corner that we scored the first goal".
Zlatan Ibrahimovic signed a new Manchester United deal on Thursday, which delighted Mourinho. The 2016 champions have started the season well, losing narrowly to Arsenal at the Emirates and beating Brighton at home.
For United, the league table could barely look better after three games.
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Would have been the turning point of this match alongside Lukaku's missed penalty had it not been for the divine intervention of Rashford less than 200 seconds after coming on.
This is the type of game that United needs to win in order to continue staying at the top of the Premier League.
'When I looked up the ball was in the goal and the players were jumping to celebrate, everyone was jumping around me.
After a slow start, United clicked into gear, Lukaku holding off the Leicester defence on the edge of the box and unleashing a low drive which required Kasper Schmeichel to make a smart save. However, the goal was ruled out after the assistant referee deemed the Spaniard to have been in an offside position, even though he clearly wasn't.
Fellaini's goal was the sixth goal out of Manchester United's 10 so far this season that has come after the 80th minute.
United did just that when Fellaini, who was only on the pitch for six minutes, diverted Jesse Lingard's cross into the back of the net to give United the breathing space that they needed in the game. It's fair to say that the decision could have gone either way. The Belgian worldwide scored three goals in his first two league games. The final half-chance fell to Jamie Vardy, with De Gea intervening before the England global could muster a good look on goal. None of that attacking intent was displayed here whatsoever.
The recently retired Jamaican sprint king, a three-time Olympic champion across both 100 and 200 metres, might have reached the Riyad Mahrez long free-kick that Jamie Vardy almost collected between Phil Jones and David De Gea in the 12th minute. Poor sight to see.