Paul Pogba and Bruno Fernandes send messages after Manchester United victory
When Manchester United go a goal down, there is rarely need to panic.
A goal conceded is usually now the signal to sit back, and enjoy the show which is about to unfold.
United underlined the team’s status as comeback kings with an impressive turnaround against Aston Villa after trailing 1-0 at half-time, going onto win 3-1, thanks to goals from Bruno Fernandes, Mason Greenwood, and Edinson Cavani.
United have now won 10 games this season after going behind. That is a Premier League record.
Bruno Fernandes made mention to United’s mental strength and ability to overturn deficits after the win at Villa Park.
Teammates Aaron Wan-Bissaka and Paul Pogba also commented on social media after the win.
They were keen to point out that United are determined to keep winning. In doing so, the team keep momentum, as well as adding pressure to league leaders City.
Fernandes, Pogba and Wan-Bissaka will all likely be rested against Leicester City on Tuesday night.
The condensed fixture schedule means there will need to be plenty of rotation.
The good news is that United have secured a top four place already, courtesy of fifth placed West Ham’s defeat to Everton.
Upcoming opponents Leicester have dropped down to fourth, a point below an improving Chelsea.
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