Manchester United have got to win the Premier League, says Gary Neville

Now that he is manager of mighty Manchester United, his attempts to encourage fans to support his own players need to be crafted with a little more class.

Anthony Martial replaced Marcus Rashford in the second half and the France worldwide scored an 81st-minute victor with a scruffy finish at Old Trafford.

"I think Romelu is one of the players who should be untouchable in terms of respect from everyone", Mourinho said ahead of tomorrow's Champions League game against Benfica.

United's no.9 has started the season in scintillating form, with 11 goals already to his name, and Mourinho feels that tally and the striker's all-round contribution to the cause mean the Belgian deserves unanimous support.

United have created an impressive 104 chances in the Premier League so far this season, while, largely thanks to the brilliance of goalkeeper David De Gea and centre-back Phil Jones, they have been resilient at the back and have conceded just four goals.

All five Premier League sides in the competition are now top of their groups and Bailly said: "We know it's one of the best leagues and there are good teams, and they're getting good results".

"The fans are the fans and I also told [on Saturday] that the fans pay for their tickets and are free to express themselves the way they want to express", Mourinho said.

"They pay (for) their tickets, they can do what they want".

"Because he gives everything and I think it is not fair when scoring the goal or not scoring the goal (he) makes the whole difference".

United's two remaining matches before the global break see them host Benfica in the Champions League on Tuesday, then face Chelsea away in the Premier League five days later. "The point is scoring or not scoring because in the end that is what people analyse sometimes".

With City having been excellent so far this season, it will certainly be a hard task for United to win the title but they will be determined to capitalise on any slip-ups that their rivals make. A two-time Champions League victor, a three-time Premier League title winning manager and a tactical master who has proved himself time and again. "Nobody here thinks about Chelsea", he added, referring to this weekend's Premier League game at his former club.