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Zlatan Ibrahimovic's return a major boost at the perfect time for Man United

With Zlatan Ibrahimovic's return for Man United, the FC crew examine whether he and Romelu Lukaku can both fit in the team.
Despite Ibrahimovic being ruled fit by Mourinho, Steve Nicol doesn't think he'll partner up front with Lukaku at Man United.
Former Manchester United forward Andy Cole chats with Alexis Nunes about the futures of Rashford and Martial, Jose Mourinho and a Lukaku-Ibrahimovic partnership.
Jose Mourinho says it was a joy to get Zlatan Ibrahimovic back on the pitch in Man United's win over Newcastle.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Paul Pogba were all smiles after their respective returns from injury for Man United.

After spending seven months out of action with what was a potentially career-ending injury, Zlatan Ibrahimovic returned to the field on Saturday as Manchester United beat Newcastle 4-1.

His number may have changed, upgrading his shirt number from nine to 10 after Romelu Lukaku pinched his old digit during his absence, but it was still the same old Zlatan.

Ibrahimovic drew the same excited reaction from the crowd that he always did, starting with applause and chants when he made his way...

Jose Mourinho and Manchester United buzzing over Paul Pogba return

The ESPN FC crew discuss how crucial Paul Pogba is to Manchester United.

Jose Mourinho didn't want to talk about Paul Pogba while the midfielder was injured in the way a jilted partner doesn't want to talk about an ex.

But back in the team against Newcastle, the Manchester United manager was happy to swoon.

"He effects our football," said Mourinho, after watching the Frenchman score one and make one in Saturday's 4-1 win against Rafael Benitez's side.

"When he was injured I decided to close my mouth. We cannot be crying, we have to find solutions that we have, but we...

 By Andy Mitten

Rashford, Martial excite fans, continue Man United tradition of young forwards

Craig Burley says the matches preceding the Manchester Derby are key for Man United if they want to challenge City for the title.
Jose Mourinho explains how playing Marcus Rashford and Anthony Martial together affects Man United's defensive shape.
Following Paul Pogba's display in his return for Man United, the FC crew debate how much he dictates United's attack.

Paul Pogba is Manchester United's best outfield player, Romelu Lukaku is the club's top scorer, David De Gea is considered so good that Real Madrid try to sign him every other season and Zlatan Ibrahimovic remains hugely popular toward the end of his career. Meanwhile, Nemanja Matic doesn't make mistakes and Antonio Valencia has been the most pleasing surprise of the last two seasons.

However, it's young forwards Marcus Rashford and Anthony Martial, aged 20 and 21 respectively, who really excite...

Paul Pogba's presence in Man United squad offers Jose Mourinho options

Following Paul Pogba's display in his return for Man United, the FC crew debate how much he dictates United's attack.

It's a different Manchester United with Paul Pogba. Against Newcastle United, his range of passing, his ability to protect the ball and his athleticism were qualities that were missed when he was gone.

Now, Jose Mourinho has many more options in terms of what he does with his front four because Pogba's presence allows you to do things -- like play Anthony Martial and Marcus Rashford together -- you might not do with Ander Herrera and Nemanja Matic sitting in front of the back four.

And if that wasn't...

Arsenal dominate, Paul Pogba returns, Tony Pulis in trouble

ESPN FC's Mark Ogden analyses the finer points of Arsenal's win over Spurs, Mesut Ozil's show-stopping performance and more.
First-half goals from Shkodran Mustafi and Alexis Sanchez led Arsenal over Tottenham in the North London derby.
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Craig Burley explains how Man United benefitted from Paul Pogba's clever thinking and movement against Newcastle.

Well...no one saw that coming, did they? A resolute and determined Arsenal outplaying Tottenham in all departments and securing a fully deserved victory? Pick the bones out of that narrative. There are positives for Spurs though. People keep saying, "Mauricio Pochettino isn't that good; he hasn't won anything yet," as if transforming a team of sporadically decent also-rans into back-to-back title contenders isn't worthy of a medal in itself. Well, this performance was vintage Tottenham. It was disjointed,...

Manchester United building title push on Jose Mourinho's home comforts

Craig Burley explains how Man United benefitted from Paul Pogba's clever thinking and movement against Newcastle.
Man United conceded to Newcastle early, but responded with four unanswered goals for a comfortable rout at Old Trafford.
Man United conceded to Newcastle early, but responded with four unanswered goals for a comfortable rout at Old Trafford.
Jose Mourinho says it was a joy to get Zlatan Ibrahimovic back on the pitch in Man United's win over Newcastle.
Jose Mourinho lauds the immediate impact Paul Pogba had for Man United in his return from injury.
Rafa Benitez notes the difference in spending power between Newcastle and Man United while reflecting on his side's defeat.

For the Manchester United fans who have not yet completely erased David Moyes from their collective memory, Newcastle United at home comes with a shiver.

"They are coming to Old Trafford and we are going to make it as hard for them as we possibly can," Moyes said, in December 2013.

Make it hard. For Newcastle. At Old Trafford.

That, and the fact United lost the game 1-0, came, in part, to symbolise Moyes' reign as manager. A perceived lack of belief and results that seemed to prove it.

Newcastle...