Watch Ole's post-match press conference
Hear what the boss said about Rashford, Shaw and our win, when speaking to the media in Granada...
Ole, was Luke Shaw's substitution tactical or was there a bit of an injury there? And then Marcus's goal - can you talk about the skill that is to control that over the shoulder and then finish like he did? "I had to protect Luke but I think and hope he should be okay for the weekend. And Marcus, fantastic goal. Great pass by Victor, great run and the skill to bring the ball down like this - we've seen it a few times before and that's a top, top quality goal." I just want to ask you about the chance for Bruno Fernandes that was stopped on the goal line before the penalty. At that stage, did you think it was going to end 1-0 on the night after that chance didn't go in? "It was a good chance, he scored against Newcastle in a very similar move, so I thought he would score. When he didn't, it looked like it was going to be a one-nil but we'll gladly take the second goal of course. It's so vital away from home and we've created a good starting point for next week's game for ourselves." Marcus got 65 minutes tonight. He was grimacing at the start of the game, we saw that on TV, but his goal suggests he was alright. How is he feeling? Were you just protecting him? I know you said he wasn't going to be a 90-minute man. "Yeah, it's the same thing as before. He hasn't recovered from it. Hopefully it hasn't got any worse from this because he lasted 70 against Brighton, 65 now, so hopefully he should be ready for Sunday. The goal is exceptional." Rashford playing through pain - is that something you appreciate and did you ever tell Fergie you were fit and ready yourself when you weren't? "Yeah, I probably did. I think I did a few times. It's not like I couldn't perform but I probably knew that I wasn't 100 per cent. But when are you 100 per cent as a footballer? I think that's very very rare. Marcus is someone we have to protect but he was ready and he was vital for us today." Paul Scholes said he felt Bruno had been very clever with the penalty and had fooled the referee. What was your take on it? "To be honest, I haven't seen it. I've just seen his eye when he came off. He got hit. Mick Phelan sat behind me in the dugout and he said he took one in the face and it's a clear penalty apparently. I've not seen it, I've got to say." But he was definitely caught because his eye looked quite red? "Yes, it is red. And to score with just one eye open is also a skill." When it comes to Bruno, Ole, he's obviously a player who demands a lot of himself and his team-mates as well. Do you ever feel he is too harsh on himself and his team-mates, or is that something you want from players in general? "No, he drives the team, he drives himself, he's got such enthusiasm and hunger to win and do well. I played in teams with a lot stronger personalities than that to be honest and that's the way for us to improve and to take the next level, to always demand more, and more and more."