Late Marcus Rashford goal gives Manchester United win at Bournemouth

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At half-time, I thought I was the luckiest manager in the Premier League, because to be 1-1 in a half when it should be like 5 or 6-2, we were really lucky.

Mourinho's second half changes shifted he course of the game as Ander Herrera made an impact from the bench and Rashford scored the victor after he replaced Juan Mata after 56 minutes.

"All I can say is Callum has been unbelievable to work with since he came to this football club", Howe said.

As much as Bournemouth's attacking play in the game, especially in the first half, would've pleased Eddie Howe, their inability to take their chances ultimately cost them. I bring Herrera. But then Ashley Young and Luke Shaw start attacking more, Paul gets much more freedom, the team recover balls higher and then we become more offensive in the period after Ander. "But in the best teams you need more than that".

"But I do think in a young player's development... you've seen it with top players with Wayne Rooney on the left wing at times for Man Utd, [Cristiano] Ronaldo on the wing and up front". We've had an inconsistent start to the season and every point is huge for us.

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"The good thing is that the team has this face of a fantastic character and the heart that any result, the game is not over".

"The second half was exactly the opposite". We created lots of chances and in the end we have the goal that give us important points.

He said: "Strong, but calm words [at half time]".

"In the first half Bournemouth was the best team by far and in the second half United were the best team by far". When we are in control we have no problems, when the opponent is in control I think the team has problems. No matter how many minutes to the end of the game, we have the feeling that anything can happen. "But then we managed to score in [stoppage] time and we got the points we lost against Chelsea".

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