Southampton v Manchester United 22: Red Devils win back to back

It was n’t enough but United got the basics right again This was far from enough but United did the basics well, just like they did against Liverpool, and that one bit of quality in the final third from 

Bruno Fernandes won them the game. They secured their first down win in over six months in the Premier League and after they went 1- 0 up they simply sat back and soaked up 

pressure. Lisandro Martinez, Tyrell Malacia and Raphael Varane were all solid and David de Gea came up with a big save when he was demanded. As the old byword goes ‘ Winning unattractive is better than drawing enough 

McTominay lucky to get down with no handball call McTominay’s hand hit the ball not formerly, doubly but three times in the same action in the alternate half as he battled with Che Adams in the box. 

Ever VAR looked at the incident but nothing was given and United can feel veritably lucky they did n’t concede a penalty kick. Anyway, McTominay could make a decent volleyball player 

Saints ’ new youthful signings show early- season pledge From goalkeeper Gavin Bazunu( 20) to Romeo Lavia( 18) and Armel Bella- Kotchap( 20), it looks like Southampton’s kiddies are further than alright 

They played with no fear and early in the season the gift position of this Southampton side looks advanced than last season. Now all they need to do is find a talented youthful striker to give them further of a slice edge in the final third. 

Armel Bella- Kotchap What a display from the 20- time-old center back as he denied Elanga with a fine last- gutter attack, showed an inconceivable turn of pace and made a fine block in the first half.