• Manchester United's Marcus Rashford scored the club's final goal against Tottenham Saturday
  • Rashford shared his thoughts on the Red Devils' run this season
  • Ole Gunnar Solskjaer admitted that they used their time to come up with an effective strategy against the Spurs

Manchester United may now be off to a great comeback run after enduring a humiliating losing streak in the English Premier League in recent weeks.

Spurs fans in attendance at the Tottenham Stadium Saturday were silenced after Manchester United pulled off a sensational 3-0 win over the home team. World-class strikers Cristiano Ronaldo and Edinson Cavani both scored a goal to put the Red Devils in a comfortable 2-0 lead. Marcus Rashford then sealed the win with his 86th-minute goal.

Reflecting on his side’s win, the England forward stressed that there will always be “difficult moments” but that it all boils down to how they react to it, and they certainly did great this time. Moreover, Rashford swore that Manchester United’s rivals will be in for a long season as “there’s more to come.”

"We've responded the only way we know how,” Rashford told reporters, including Manchester Evening News. “The staff, the players all want to win. Playing for [Manchester United] there's always pressure, you have to learn to enjoy it. Part of playing for this club is to come out of difficult moments. This club has always bounced back.”

Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer made a few tweaks in his starting XI against Tottenham and put both Ronaldo and Cavani in the front. Though the said formation was a bit unusual, Rashford acknowledged that it paid off in the end.

"I think [Solskjaer's] prepared for the team we're playing against,” he assessed. “We all have to buy into what the manager tells us to do. Today that helped us come away with the three points. There's more to come [from us]. As long as we keep improving, keep picking up points, we'll see where we are come the end of the season."

Manchester United's Marcus Rashford celebrates after scoring against Southampton
Manchester United's Marcus Rashford celebrates after scoring. POOL / Laurence Griffiths

Solskjaer, on the other hand, shied away from solely taking credit for his squad’s win. Instead, he reckoned that they were able to achieve positive results because they maximized their “four days” of training to come up with a solid game plan.

"You have to put a performance in, it's the worst feeling if you lose a game, but we needed this week, this whole week, this performance,” Solskjaer explained. "And it's probably the last time for a while we have a week to work on fitness, the mentality and we changed the tactics so it's nice to have four days to do that."

Manchester United will be looking to score another win in the Premier League when the club crosses paths with Manchester City Friday.