Prompted to explain what caretaker manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer had conveyed to the team ahead of the match, the Academy graduate revealed: "Just to be positive. Take risks. If you lose the ball, win it back, and play the United way - attacking football, entertaining football. For us as players, we enjoyed it today."
Lingard's two second-half strikes added an impressive gloss to the scoreline, but arguably the pick of United's goals came in the minutes leading up to half-time, when our no.14 made the final pass in the build-up to Martial's goal - United's third - after some slick combination play involving Martial and Pogba.
"When we play close, we play one and two-touch, it's enjoyable football," confessed Jesse. "You saw Anthony's goal, it was a great goal, great link-up play, and we did that throughout the game.
"Personally, I think it was the best goal. Everyone was involved, from the back players to the front, and it was finished off in style."