Mancheter united fortunate 1-2 win over shouthamton on the direction of coach

chancing scoreline may assume that Manchester United just march in St. Mary on Monday night. In fact it is more of a stumble confused: unstable, inconclusive and with almost as many steps backward as forward. But the men of Louis van Gaal just about kept their footing and win streak now stands at five - all thanks to Robin van Persie.
Two goals from Robin van Persie gave the Red Devils three points as they recorded their fifth straight win to move into third place in the table.

However, Van Gaal's side are still far from conclusive and the Dutchman admitted Southampton were the better team on the night.

"We lost the ball too easily in the first round," he told reporters. "We do not have to play a very good position.

"The only chance of Southampton made is when we lose the ball. It was not good in spite of our good results. We got the gift of Southampton.

"You need to be confident on the ball we do not have, and I said something about it in the first round.

"In the second half we had the better part of the game but I think Southampton play better than Manchester United - we are lucky.

"The first goal was a gift from Southampton. The second he [Van Persie] makes it very good because I think the goalkeeper will come out but he did not do it. We feel very lucky."

Van Gaal also explains why he replaced defender Paddy McNair in the first half, bringing on Ander Herrera in place.
Now, finally, there are signs of life. Van Persie looked sharp from the opening whistle and while his first goal rely on the generosity of scandal Jose Fonte, the finish is as weak and confident when they come. The second is better, a perfect dart-time to the back post to meet a free-kick Wayne Rooney and smooth with improvised movie outside of his left boot. Both found the narrow gap between the foot Fraser Forster with surgical precision.

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