Manchester United played out a fascinating draw with Tottenham on their return to Premier League action on Friday night.
The Red Devils were behind for much of the game after Steven Bergwijn’s opener.
But they came on strong in the second half with Paul Pogba changing the momentum of the game and winning the penalty which saw Bruno Fernandes equalise.
Few know United’s squad as well as former manager Jose Mourinho, who gave an intriguing insight from the opposite touchline.
And the Tottenham manager pointed out how his side gave Ole Gunnar Solskjaer a new problem.
The Red Devils were happy have plenty of the ball - a common theme in the majority of games since they signed Bruno Fernandes in the January transfer window.
Fernandes was integral, having more of the ball and playing more passes than in any other game in his United career so far.
The introduction of Paul Pogba saw them continue to dominate the ball - but they were only able to find a breakthrough via the penalty spot.
And Mourinho underlined how they were able to convince United to play in a way which does not suit their most dangerous attributes of using their pace on the counter-attack.