Solskjaer: Sir Alex looked proud in the stand
"You turn around and you see Sir Alex up there, he is proud and it's a big moment," says the boss...
Your smiles says it all... "Well, we won and the result says it all. We have beaten them three times this season now and we've beaten them at home as well, which is great. To see the connections between the players, the team and the fans today - what an atmosphere. At the end, seeing everyone in the stands. You turn around and you see Sir Alex up there, he is proud and it's a big moment for every one of us." That's 10 unbeaten and eight clean sheets... "Look at the two goals we've conceded though - one shouldn't have been given against Brugge because the ball was rolling and the last one was David, so we are getting there." The first goal looked like one straight off the training ground... "They are practising together and they have hit it off, them two, with a connection. You can see they enjoy each other's company. Bruno is that type of player, he has got that imagination and we give him the freedom to play how he wants to play. What a goal, what a volley from Anthony as well." It looked harsh on Fred to be booked when he should have had a penalty... "Yeah he should have had... it's a clear penalty. It's a clear kick on his ankle. It is one of those things that you hope doesn't come back to bite us, but we got the result we needed." Did you feel it controlled? "Against these, they are such a good possession team, they find the spaces, they have been together for so long and Pep has coached them in such a fantastic way, so you have got to try to stay on the front foot, press them as much as you can and we did that in the first half for periods. But you are always going to have to defend low because they are that good. Luke, Victor, Harry back there, the two wing-backs, they were all fantastic. Brandon, he just enjoys these games." The goal from Scott brought the house down, didn't it? "Yeah. We created so many chances and that is the way we score, but we will take that!" This is a big win, isn't it? "It's massive because Leicester and City, we have to look up and try to catch them. We can't afford to give points away too often, like last week against Everton when it was there for us. Maybe we have made amends."