Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer talking to BBC Sport: "The boys showed a great resilience. They were patient and we controlled and dominated the game and in the end it counted.
"Harry is a character, he has great resilience and wants to play. There is no hiding place and if you go away you prolong the criticism, He wanted to play and even though he wasn't 100 per cent fit, he played well. He is a very well liked lad.
"When we play with intensity and speed we are a good team."
Manchester United goalscorer Bruno Fernandes: "We played well, did a really good game, created chances and I missed a penalty, so the result is fair.
"Today was about winning and not the performance, but we got both together today.
On his penalty: "I want to put the ball more in the corner but it was not good enough. Congratulations to him to be first to save a penalty in the Premier League from me. That's 11 taken and one missed. Now people can say I can miss a penalty."
On the result: "The motivation was for winning. Of course, I was frustrated to miss a penalty but we had a great reaction afterwards.
"The last goal for Rash was deserved because he did a really good game today, but this win is for the whole team.
"It's always important to win. To have criticism is normal in football. This is a big club, we have big pressure, but we are big players. We are OK for that. The team is together. Today is a right way to reply to the 6-1 against Tottenham."