Manchester United fans were certainly satisfied with Anthony Martial following his performance vs Bournemouth in the Premier League.
Jose Mourinho‘s side travelled to the Vitality stadium in need of all three points in order to put behind them last Sunday’s miserable defeat to West Brom.
United fielded an almost entirely different starting XI but they still managed to come ups the goods by winning 2-0 away from home.
Martial started the match and certainly made an impact but whether it was enough to convince his manager to play him in the FA Cup final or not is yet to be seen.
The Frenchman will be keen to get his name on the team sheet once more but did enough on Wednesday evening to keep the supporters happy.
Paul Pogba & Anthony Martial #mufc’s best players tonight. Reports of their demise have been exaggerated…
— Sam Pilger (@sampilger) April 18, 2018
That pass from Martial was brilliant, made that goal. Thought Pogba overhit his pass but Lukaku did well to get there and finish🙏🏿
— Tobi Brown (@Tobjizzle) April 18, 2018
Much better from Pogba/Martial tonight, esp in arsedness. And that’s equally important for me, as we already know their calibre. And Herrera brill yet again. I hope #MUFC retain him. How we often miss his savvy snideness in games. He will afford Matic more rest if Jose trusts him
— Jonathan Shrager (@JonathanShrager) April 18, 2018
Much better from Anthony Martial & Paul Pogba tonight, both played very well. Ander Herrera looked very comfortable in the deep role and I’d love to see him play there more often. Very happy with that performance and the lads. Up next, Spurs (FACUP). 😄
— ManUnitedMedia (@ManUnitedMedia) April 18, 2018
Martial touch and Pogba assist. Have a bit of that Jose. 🔥
— Hesham Bilal-Hafiz (@hesham786) April 18, 2018
Anthony is another one of the Red Devils’ stars who must be more consistent than he has been all season long in order to win over Mourinho.
The former AS Monaco man has one of the best goals and assists to minutes ratio in the Premier League let alone his own squad but knows he has to continue fighting for his spot.