"But for us in this moment it is is nearly impossible to keep a clean sheet even with the phenomenal goalkeeper we have".
"If you line them all up and say 'who has got the most potential?', it is him and Pogba, but it is getting them to be proper players".
He duly took 28 dainty steps and 10 whole seconds to complete his curious run-up before seeing his shot parried by Jordan Pickford, only to convert the rebound.
"I think he is a very special player".
"So I'm really, really happy with him, with Luke Shaw, with boys who are improving, and hard periods for them, hard periods for myself because I want more for them and I took them to the limit, but at the moment Anthony is able to do things that he was not able to do before". Even if he doesn't score, to create what he is creating, it is a solid performance for the team. His performance without the goal would be a good performance.
'If you look at his whole career, you look at his time at Monaco, he's played a mountain of games for someone of such a young age.
Martial's latest contribution came in the 2-1 win over Everton, winning a first half penalty before netting the key second goal after the break with a curling strike.
Mourinho is happy for Pogba to keep taking penalties but has suggested he changes his trademark technique. I think the referee is entitled to give a penalty.
United boss, Jose Mourinho, had saluted Pogba's courage in stepping forward to take the spot-kick but added that the midfielder may have to alter his method. "I don't like Mickey Mouses, fragile, afraid, who go, 'I don't take penalties.' I like the player that wants to take it". I think he can. "Goalkeepers know his run-up style, they don't move and they are waiting for his decision, so he has to learn from that".