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Manchester United have now extended their unbeaten run in English Premier League (EPL) to 16 games and 111 days by beating Watford on Saturday by 2 goals to nil. “Some players to leave, some players to come, but in a very natural way, so I think the word Ed used was a good one”.
“I said to myself at the start of the season that if someone believes in me and gives me the chance I know I am more than capable of delivering for the manager”.The 35-year-old former Sweden worldwide has enjoyed a fruitful first campaign in English football and has netted 20 goals in 33 appearances in all competitions. “I have always said from day dot if somebody comes in and they give me a chance to play and play regularly then they will get the best out of me”.The win kept United in touch with the top four as six teams go for four qualification places for next season’s Champions League.

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In turn, as they continue to maintain their momentum and put a strong run of form together to continue to push up the table, he’ll be delighted with their progress. The goal was created by Martial as he went past his defender in the box easily before picking out the midfielder to put the ball into the net to give United what they deserved. For me, it’s very important not to relax as a professional footballer and think I’ve won trophies with great teams and that is success.”The Anthony Martial I want is the Anthony Martial of the last two weeks of training”, Mourinho said of the attacker, reduced to a watching brief in United’s previous two matches.De Gea made a fine save to tip away Mauro Zarate’s dipping free-kick as Watford started the second half more encouragingly, but a devastating break from United saw Martial double the lead on the hour mark. But he has netted five times in his last 10 games and used his devastating pace to good effect against the Hornets with a well-taken goal.The Swedish striker has scored 20 goals in 38 appearances this season, including 15 in the Premier League, and shows no sign of slowing down, despite being 35-years-old. Of course we speak about what next and we know that we have a squad that like every squad needs changes.