Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, speaking to BBC Match of the Day: "It's nice after the international break that you get a win. We needed that win at home. We looked unsettled towards the end even though we should score one or two more to have a more relaxed finish.
"It's never comfortable against players of this quality. They had a couple of chances and David [de Gea] made two fantastic saves. Tight margins decide games but the mood is decided by the results.
"It's up to us to create momentum. We have the chance to continue the good start in the Champions League, and Southampton away is a very difficult game as well. Hopefully we get a few more back and can kick on."
On the penalty incident: "It's the same with David [de Gea] early on [in the season] when he made a save but he was an inch off the line. It's probably the beauty of Bruno's [Fernandes] style where the keeper goes a second too early. Sam [Johnstone] has developed into a fine keeper.
"The handball rule you can discuss over and over but we get into the box and the ball into feet - so with VAR, a touch can be enough and it's different to when I was playing when you had to be hacked down."