Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer: "We didn't stress after falling behind because we know we can score goals.
"It was exciting, attacking football in front of the Stretford End. Unfortunately there were no fans. If there were fans here we probably would have scored a few more. The energy in the team, the pace and the skills - I'm very happy."
Bournemouth boss Eddie Howe: "It was a strange game. There were a lot of incidents. I thought we were a genuine threat and I didn't see that result coming after the start we made.
"We lost our way defensively and conceded bad goals before half-time. The run of results we have been on has been really tough, really poor.
"I saw signs that the attacking side of our game is still there, but defensively we were stretched."