Paul Pogba scored the opener, and a late goal from Luke Shaw proved to be the difference as Jamie Vardy's added-time strike cut United's lead in half. He was in his groove, and opened the scoring with a third minute penalty.
It's Shaw's victor. He scored his first senior team goal with a lovely move around his defender and a fine finish to the far post. The remarks of the two players are followed by Twitter reactions to the match.
"We don't really have one [a designated penalty taker]".
"We should start the Premier League with a win and we did today".
However, he can still rely on one of the world's best goalkeepers as David de Gea put his poor World Cup showing behind him with a fine save to prevent Maddison levelling. "But if you're not happy, you can not give your best". "They're all here, they help me, my teammates, obviously it makes me want to give them love and give them good performances on the pitch".More news: Tesla shareholder tells IGTV he’s 'not thrilled' about the take-private plan
The Premier League season kicks off on Friday with Manchester United playing Leicester at Old Trafford.
The message was in the aftermath of the transfer news about his suspected move to Barcelona.
"You can't then start saying the philosophy's changed a few years in otherwise you've got the wrong manager.""It's the best feeling I have had in my career".
"Like I said, when you are comfortable, when people trust with everyone or confident, are good in the head, it's going to be easier". Even tonight, I know I can be better and that is what I want to keep showing the manager.
He concluded by talking about his aspirations to play for England.More news: Bairstow and Woakes put England in strong position
On his United debut, Fred did well at what I would call the ugly work, which was winning the ball back and not trying to be too clever when he had it, and I thought Alexis Sanchez's work without the ball was superb too.
But this is the last time I speak about it.
Vishwanath, an engineer like many young Indians, is a big sports enthusiast.
"But you don't win anything with second and with Liverpool and Man City looking stronger than ever, I worry for them", he said.More news: Pogba penalty sets United on way to win over Leicester