Manchester United midfielder Fellaini ends Premier League goal drought

The Armenian saw the Swede's run and pushed a low cross towards him. We have strength in depth in this squad and that's why we need everyone. "But I think you can do that and have a little finger, a little touch".

United will travel to Brussels to face Anderlecht in the first leg of their quarter-final on 13 April, with the second match at Old Trafford a week later.

Guy Mowbray: "With Jose Mourinho stressing that United have 'lots of enemies' this week, it might have been nice for him to catch up with a friend".

The match came three days after they played with 10 men in an FA Cup loss to Chelsea and only 64 hours before a Premier League trip to Middlesbrough on Sunday.

"I still think we can win a lot of games and get into the third or fourth positions".

"But we will take it very seriously".

"But today the players have trained well and we look forward to the weekend".

Their tallies of four wins and 19 goals scored this season are the worst in the division.

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"I think he deserves respect, I think his family deserve respect". I really understand. We thought the same last season.

Not even Juan Mata's crisp finish on 70 minutes could garner enough headlines to be considered the game's main talking point. It's one of the things I can do to help my teammates - goals, assists and offensive work.

Angel di Maria, Danny Welbeck and Javier Hernandez were confirmed as the three players he would never have sold.

'There is always an added incentive for everyone playing Manchester United as it is, but when you sack the manager it's even more of a boost for them.

"If I can still make a difference, it's down to my teammates". "This season, I'm scoring goals and I'm happy with that but obviously I want more". "But I had a tranquility, security and stability, so going 18 games unbeaten would not send me to the moon, but in the same way that five or six consecutive draws would not leave me in a hard situation".

'We just need to concentrate on winning.

United have finished seventh, fourth and fifth in the English Premier League since the retirement of Ferguson, who led the club to 13 Premier League titles, two Champions League trophies and five FA Cups in nearly 27 years at Old Trafford.

Phew! That'll be a relief, though fans should probably refrain from popping open the Champagne until they hear something official from the club, but as far as initial prognosis' go it's a pretty good start.