Marcus Rashford set to be rested for Manchester United's clash with Arsenal

"We have great goalkeepers and anyone in goal, my trust will be in them". That is not normal. "Normally it's win, lose, draw, but I really don't care about it", he added.

The Arsenal midfielder gritted his teeth and battled on but, when he eventually succumbed in the 65th minute, his team were 2-0 down and the game was over.

"And during the game I didn't like what I never like, he puts too much pressure on the fourth official all the time".

Paul Pogba has not given up hope of cracking the Premier League's top four, issuing a rallying cry to his Manchester United team-mates that they can still finish in the Champions League places. But I leave this stadium with Arsenal fans happy, it's the first time I see them smile and be happy, they deserve this joy.

"It is the first time I've left Highbury or the Emirates and they are happy".

"They were walking the streets with their heads low". They were walking with their heads low, so finally they sing, the scarves, it's nice for them, honestly.

It means their chances of sneaking into the top four would appear increasingly remote. Mourinho, however, cleared the air and said that both keepers are equal in all aspects. When you don't go with everything it's more hard.

Jose Mourinho's United visit on the back of European commitments while Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger will be hoping for a morale-boosting win over his long-term rival.

It also gave Wenger a long-awaited maiden top-flight victory over Jose Mourinho - something the veteran Frenchman downplayed. Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger (on his fractious relationship with Mourinho): "It's between the two teams".

And speaking at his news conference, he told reporters: "It's between two teams, and at the end of the day that's what I make of it".

It hit Ander Herrera, looped up and dropped down under David de Gea's crossbar. "I think it was a bit physical but overall we look a bit more stable". Overall you play Man United, another big game, you can not afford to lose today. Substitutes: Hector Bellrin (for Oxlade-Chamberlain, 84): 6, Francis Coquelin (for Xhaka, 76): 6, Olivier Giroud (for Welbeck, 84): 6. Wenger said he will have to be assessed ahead of Wednesday's trip to Southampton.

With four games remaining, Arsenal could yet squeeze into the top four and play in the Champions League for a 20th straight season.

  • Salvatore Jensen