Celtic are halfway there in terms of qualifying for the Europa League, but it's been far from convincing as Anderlecht has dominated the game.
Sir Alex Ferguson had many such players.
However, the United forward pair did score in quick succession in the second half to turn the match around.
We have already had a goal in the other Group A match as Mohamed Elyounoussi heads in from Michael Lang's cross to put Basel 1-0 ahead away at Benfica.
Sometimes they were homegrown (Nicky Butt), sometimes they were highly versatile (Ji-Sung Park, Quinton Fortune) and, often, they were both (Darren Fletcher, Phil Neville, John O'Shea, Wes Brown).
"We had a few good chances in the second half and scored twice so we are happy". The German international proved highly influential as a release valve and was able to dictate Arsenal's vertical progression into the final third. Lingard, in particular among United's current squad, fits in that mould.
Quizzed on the differences between English and Portuguese football, Lindelof told reporters at the Aon Training Complex: "I would have to say the league we play in here, the Premier League, is a tougher one than the Portuguese league".
"We'll play the same there", said de Bruyne.
United quickly set about restoring parity in the second half, Rashford working Akinfeev with a rasping drive from a narrow angle, and in the 64th minute they levelled.
The Reds host their local and title rivals on Sunday at Old Trafford, going into the game off the back of four consecutive league victories.
"When a period of hard work comes, also the fatigue comes". The Russian side lead at Old Trafford.
"But he is very happy to play tomorrow and to try to keep his momentum because since he was back from injury he has been phenomenal".
First, the UFC broke into the massive Chinese market, securing a television deal with Inner Mongolia Television (NMTV) and establishing a UFC-China office headed by former NBA executive Mark Fischer at the helm.
In the round of 16, teams cannot be drawn against sides who they faced in the group stages.
Barcelona, Juventus, Bayern Munich, Arsenal and Tottenham are also keen and that's why the German press are reporting that Schalke are ready to offer Goretzka a club record £150,000-a-week deal to secure his loyalty.