To be fair, the tactical switch to play Bruno deeper in the second half changed the game. Over the past few months, Bruno has drifted further and further forward. He's given a free role, as our creative fulcrum, but for a while he's interpreted that as playing up front. I think that might come from Ole, who said before the match that we were playing 4-2-4 (which is pretty crazy in the modern game.) From deeper, he was able to influence things, and we were much more cohesive. Bruno is actually really good when he is able to almost play as a second striker, but if we're playing Ronaldo up top and Rashford running in behind, he needs to be deeper to put the balls in. He was very good in the second half.
(Scholes just now - "We've watched Van Gaal teams, Mourinho teams - boring. Fu- erm, boring." Jake Humphrey - "You worried me for a second there." )
I think Ronaldo proved that he is still capable of working hard. That was his best performance since he came back. The defending from him in the last ten minutes was very encouraging.