Matic: United answered Mou's call for 'more'

Matic: United answered Mou's call for 'more'

Matic: United answered Mou's call for 'more'

Liverpool, by contrast, have won four and drawn one in their last five games and have scored 13 goals in those five games - which include three of the same teams that United have faced in the same period of Premer League games (Spurs, Newcastle and Huddersfield).

"I think Palace deserve congratulations, because a match like this is only possible with two teams", Mourinho told Sky Sports.

"No team should be reliant on one player to ensure their Premier League survival but that is the case with Palace and Zaha".

But he added: "Everything changed...the players kept an unbelievable attitude". But the players kept an fantastic attitude.

"Incredibly, Palace have lost all eight games that Zaha has missed - scoring just one goal".

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United paid the price for their lethargic start in the 11th minute.

However, Palace then had a great chance to take the lead again, only for David De Gea to pull off a terrific save from a Christian Benteke header.

With Matic and Paul Pogba rattled by Palace's relentless pressing, United were unable to match their opponents' intensity.

Mourinho kept faith with Pogba, instead sending on Marcus Rashford for Scott McTominay at half-time.

With United toiling, the Eagles doubled their advantage just after the break, with Patrick van Aanholt producing a cool finish after a quickly taken free-kick.

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When Townsend struck the opening goal it was the first time Palace had led United in the Premier League and the home fans could hardly believe their eyes when their Dutch worldwide Van Aanholt beat De Gea at his near post with a rasping drive.

Matic sensationally hit the victor with a half-volley from well outside the box that swerved away from Palace keeper Wayne Hennessey and nestled inside the far post.

Alexis Sanchez's shot deflected off James Tomkins and ran to Lukaku, who worked himself into position to fire low past Hennessey.

Emotions got the better of Mourinho during a breathless second-half on and the Portuguese was seen kicking a bottle into the crowd as his side were chasing a victor.

The drama wasn't over and in stoppage-time Matic stole the points for United, seizing the loose ball on the edge of the Palace area and cracking his strike into top corner to spark wild celebrations from the visitors.

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