London – Manchester United’s Ashley Young calls it meets the mission at the headquarters of the Crystal Palace after the performance spirit and cohesiveness. It also assesses the referee’s decision to give a penalty to Manchester United in a match that was not mistaken.
Manchester United won 2-1 when hosted Palace at Selhurst Park. The Red Devils first goal was born in the first half when the ball is on hand operand Young Scott Dann, to make the referee pointed to the spot. Juan Mata became executor and not waste the opportunity.
Palace then perform vigorously in the second half. The result was successful Jason Puncheon equalized with a free kick.
However, MU then certainly return with full points after the ball cross from Young successfully forwarded Marouane Fellaini with a header.
“We knew the Palace would make us depressed at the beginning of the second half. We have shown fighting spirit and togetherness that we have, to get back into the game,” Young said as quoted by the BBC.
“We came here to get the three points and we are happy to get it. It’s always difficult at Selhurst Park because of its atmosphere – quite a small field and the fans closer to the field.”
“It is the referee’s decision but I think the player is moving his arm persistence. I think the referee’s decision is correct,” he said referring to a penalty for Manchester United.