English Premier League outfit Manchester United have returned to winning ways with Marcus Rashford helping them seal a 1-0 win against Leicester City on Sunday.
It was quite a difficult game for the Reds and that is the reason why it is celebrated by the fans as a big win especially with the fact that the interim boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has not lost any game since taking over the job in December.
However, the United boss feels there are no big reasons to celebrate because the game would have ended in a defeat for his side as a result of some blunders they had committed which would have led to their first defeat under his reign.
More so, all thanks to Spanish goalkeeper David De Gea who was outstanding to make some fantastic saves in the game.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer made it clear that his side had allowed Leicester City to get few dangerous positions which were not supposed to be while admitting it was a mistake that would have cost the team.
Meanwhile, the win has placed United in the fifth position in the Premier League table ahead of Arsenal who have now dropped to the sixth position as a result of their 3-1 defeat to Man City.