Manchester United defeated Leicester City 1-0 courtesy of an early goal scored by Marcus Rashford.
It wasn’t an easy game for United as Leicester City fought back to level up the scores, but United’s defence held back until the end.
Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has now sent a message to his players not to get carried away with the win against Brendan Rodgers’ side.
He said: “It’s the same when you coach and you manage. We don’t get carried away when we win a game that we don’t deserve to, and we don’t get down in the dumps when we don’t win games that we should.
“The performances have been miles better than this and, today, we just have to accept the three points and wake up with a smile, have a day off and relax a bit and look forward to next week.”
Solskjaer was also full of praise for the way the fans supported the team.
The United manager said: “I think they stuck in, they stuck together as a team, which we have to do. They showed the energy. I think our fans love a team with energy and effort. You can see in the first 20-25 minutes, that’s how we want to be playing more and more and more and, in the end, we lasted 90 minutes.”