"Coming in and coming on, scoring against Liverpool like that", he told the club's official website.
United v Liverpool in pictures.
Former Arsenal star Thierry Henry is impressed by Anthony Martial's debut goal for English Premier League (EPL) giants Manchester United.
Manchester United goalkeeper David De Gea has revealed he is "really thrilled" that the Red Devils beat Liverpool yesterday evening.
Goals from Daley Blind, Ander Herrera and a wonderful solo effort from Anthony Martial sealed a comfortable win for Louis Van Gaal and his side.
The manager was under pressure after word got out that the players had approached him regarding his stringent training routines, but the Dutchman feels vindicated after the win. "But that doesn't mean he doesn't play against PSV Eindhoven but today he wasn't what I expected".
Van Gaal confirmed on the eve of the match that Michael Carrick and Wayne Rooney had approached him earlier this season to voice their concerns about dressing room morale.
Mourinho's side made a miserable start at Goodison Park as Scotland forward Naismith came off the bench to score twice in the space of five minutes midway through the first half.
However, they didn't get all the players they wanted with Robert Lewandowski staying at Bayern along with Thomas Muller.
"The second half has been characterized because of the goal, which was an effectof our meetings and our tactical sessions on set-plays".
"Graeme Souness put a number on it before the game - I think he said 15 points".
"I don't know if I'm worth the fee", Anthony Martial responded when asked about how his play can justify his enormous cost shortly after he signed with United.
"You are never happy when you lose a game especially to your rival. Most of the strategy is always the same because they like the way we have done", van Gaal said.
Martial had barely touched the ball but came alive with a run that took him between Clyne and Skrtel. The latter left twisting and turning hopelessly in the youngster's wake as he tucked a composed low finish past Liverpool keeper Simon Mignolet.