The goalkeeper produced a crucial save at 1-0 before subs Marcus Rashford and Mason Greenwood secured Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side a win at Luton
Manchester United’s League Cup clash with Luton had all of the elements of an upset.
The visitors had arrived at Kenilworth Road on the back of a demoralising defeat to Crystal Palace in their Premier League opener at the weekend and were facing a Championship side who had made an unbeaten start to their campaign.
In Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s book, this was effectively United’s third pre-season game, given his players had only had one full week of training together. The problem was, though, it wasn’t a friendly, and after their loss at home to Palace, they were in desperate need of result.