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Bruno Fernandes is helping Man United evolve into what Ole Gunnar Solskjaer wants

Craig Burley and Steve Nicol explain why Everton's late goal against Manchester United should have stood.
Carlo Ancelotti and Ole Gunnar Solskaer speak following their sides' 1-1 draw at Goodison Park.

LIVERPOOL, England -- "We'll see on Sunday," Ole Gunnar Solskjaer said last week, when asked how far his Manchester United team have come since suffering humiliation on their last visit to Everton.

Solskjaer will have hoped for a better result than a 1-1 draw, but having demanded a response after a 4-0 thumping at Goodison Park last April, he got what he wanted.

It would have been easy for United to fold again after going behind so early, thanks to a goal that will end up on many a blooper reel,...

Tim Howard: 'I cried real tears' after 2009 FA Cup heroics vs. Man United

Craig Burley discusses the enticing Europa League round of 16 fixtures and picks his current favourite to win.
Man United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer reacted to Fred scoring twice in a 5-0 win over Club Brugge.
Steve Nicol understands why Manchester United would be after West Ham's Declan Rice.

Former Everton and Manchester United goalkeeper Tim Howard said he "cried real tears" after his match-winning performance in 2009 FA Cup semifinal between the two clubs.

Howard was in goal for Everton on that day, just three seasons removed from having played for Manchester United. After normal and extra-time finished goalless, he saved two penalties in the shootout that followed to send the Toffees into the final against Chelsea.

"I cried real tears after that game," said Howard via telephone....

Man Utd's Ighalo was 'angry' watching club as fan

Man United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer reacted to Fred scoring twice in a 5-0 win over Club Brugge.
Steve Nicol understands why Manchester United would be after West Ham's Declan Rice.
Janusz Michallik says momentum is in Arsenal and Man United's favour in both the league and Europe.

Odion Ighalo said watching Manchester United's struggles since Sir Alex Ferguson's retirement has made him "angry."

The Nigeria striker is a boyhood United fan and said it has been hard to watch the club's slide since Ferguson left in 2013.

Ighalo sealed a shock move to Old Trafford on deadline day and is now determined to help put things right as part of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's squad.

"There is transition in life in everything you do," Ighalo said.

"So it is difficult sometimes as when the team...