It was a beautiful Sunday evening at Wembley as United made it 6 wins in 6 games after a thrilling encounter against Tottenham.
Here are five things #ManUtdNaijaFM learnt from this super victory:
1. NEW UNITED, NEW RASHFORD.
Manchester United look like a 'newborn' team. The boys are happy, confident and motivated.
Marcus 'Rashidi-Yekini' in like manner, looks like fresh 'suya' from the fire, too hot to handle!!
He scored his 40th goal for United today and has now scored in 3 consecutive games for the first time in his career.
2. 'POGBA THE VIRUS!!!'
The French 'Swaggerlicious' midfielder who was labelled a virus, has proven to be a real virus, not to United but to all opponents.
His pass to Rashford for the goal was simply 'Chivita-stic'. He now has 4 goals and 4 assists in 6 games for Solskjaer......May all 'anti-viruses' tremble!!!
3. FROM MIS-FIT TO BEST-FIT
Our 'Jollof' defender, Victor Lindelof, had a horrid start to his Manchester United career. Fans wondered who scouted him for United.
Under Solskjaer, the Swede has become a beast! Today he did not lock Harry Kane with a padlock, he locked him inside a 'groundnut bottle'.
4. SOLSKJAER KNOWS HIS 1ST ELEVEN.
After 6 games, it is clear that caretaker boss, Ole 'Ugonna' Solskjaer, knows his best eleven.
It's good to see Ander 'Akinbode' Herrera as part of that team as he has been 'fanta-joyous' to watch.
Sadly but deservedly, 'Striker-in-chief', Romelu 'Timaya' Lukaku, may have to settle as deputy striker to in-form Rashford.
5. DAVID 'OSINACHI' DE GEA!!
The Spanish and United number one was a brick wall today. He made 11 incredible saves in the second half, the highest in a Premier league game this season!!!
He is the best legacy that 'Igwe' Alex Ferguson left for us. His name is truly 'OSINACHI'.
The rate at which he uses his feet to make saves, I am worried that soon, when he saves with his hand, the referee may award a penalty against United!!
IN THE END, this match was labelled as the first 'test' or 'exam' for Ole 'Ugonna' Solskjaer. However, the boss came out with flying colours.
All we can say is Ole! Ole!! Ole!!!.
Indeed, "the ministry is moving to the permanent site".
What did you make of United's performance today?
GLORY GLORY MAN UNITED.