Lingard sealed the win in the 81st, cutting in from the left wing and sending the ball fizzing over the goalkeeper Jordan Pickford to score his seventh league goal of the season, making him United's second top scorer behind Romelu Lukaku.
"I could be here now with a bias theory but I'm not at all because honestly I'm happy with the referees' performances in these matches".
Manchester United: De Gea; Darmian, Shaw, Lindelof, Jones; Pogba, Matic; Lingard, Mata, Martial; Rashford. "It's not Paul Scholes" fault either, it's just the way football is'. You have to change, which is what we try to do.
'The performance was really good so maybe I'm lucky this time and the kings of the rock 'n roll that said I wasn't performing last month will say I'm performing, ' Mourinho added.
These inflammatory remarks in the immediate aftermath of the Old Trafford club's clash with Everton on New Year's Day are sure to further divide opinion on the player in question, however in statistical terms, it is extremely hard to argue against the 24-year-old having a positive contribution to the United starting XI.
Manchester United striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic will be sidelined for a month with a knee injury, manager Jose Mourinho said.
"'I want a goal on my CV, I want to be the hero, I want us to win 1-0' and he's being selfish". Mourinho has also lost his full-back Ashley Young for three games after the 32-year-old accepted a charge of violent conduct from the Football Association after appearing to strike Dusan Tadic with his elbow on Saturday.
Southampton's manager, Mauricio Pellegrino, said he did not see the incident.
They'll face an Everton side that have moved well clear of the relegation zone following Sam Allardyce's arrival as manager with a run of just one defeat in their last eight games steering them up to ninth in the table.
"I don't know about transfers". It was a long time ago that I don't even remember - it was a match at home against Brighton? "To be able to do this at your first chance, I will remember this year in my mind forever". We had to stop him playing because he was saying "I feel awesome, I should go and play". He was a phenomenal player, that doesn't mean that we all have to be phenomenal. "I must say to my players I'm very happy with what they did in a hard situation", Carvalhal said. They go from great potential to normal players.
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