Four Changes Made - Manchester United Team vs Partizan Belgrade Confirmed

Four Changes Made - Manchester United Team vs Partizan Belgrade Confirmed

Mason Greenwood, Anthony Martial and Marcus Rashford were all on target as United answered their manager's call for a more adventurous performance.

McTominay came off during the second half of the victory due to an ankle injury, while Maguire was also a worry. "He finished the game anyway", Solskjaer told MUTV .

"Of course, we should have had a few more, but the first one settled us down".

"Well done to Mason for a very, very calm finish".

"Anthony's was probably the skill of the night, and then I was very pleased Marcus scored with his left foot". He will get into those positions quite often in a game.

'Mason showed great composure, the keeper goes early and changes his mind.

"This is a little bit of a template on how we want to play, definitely."

"But of course it's the opposition that allows you to play this way as well".

"You expect to win at home against teams like this".

"We want to get through as quick as we can, and that long trip to Kazakhstan is not one you want to travel to having to win", the United boss added.

Early qualification from Group L means Solskjaer can afford to rest players for the 7,000-mile round trip to Kazakhstan to face Astana on November 28 ahead of crucial Premier League games against Aston Villa, Tottenham and Manchester City.

Sitting 10th in the Premier League table, United host Brighton and Hove Albion on Sunday.

"It didn't look too good", said Solskjaer.

"But that was pleasing for me, that we went forward, and needed the second and third because too many times we have been 1-0 up and haven't gone for the second or got the second".

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has handed Sergio Romero a start in goal with David De Gea making way while Marcos Rojo comes in for the injured Victor Lindelof in the back four.



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