Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskajer has revealed the reason behind their late wins this season.
United have had the tendency of coming from behind to see off games and proved once again why they are one of the best teams in the land when they overcame Burnley on Sunday despite a spirited display from the Sean Dyche side.
"We have improved and we have been better at winning games towards the end of games,” Solskjaer said after the same.
"Our fitness now, with all the games we've had, the boys are capable of churning out 90 minutes, and the fitter you are the more you can do. I have always said that. The harder you train and the harder you play, the readier you are.
"That's the pleasure I get from winning games like this because last season we didn't have them, but this season we have done that loads and that is down to the training ground and the attitude of the players."
In the game, Greenwood had opened the scoring earlier in the second half but James Tarkowski restored parity just two minutes later. Greenwood regained the host's lead with a goal in the 84th minute before substitute Edinson Cavani rounded out the 3-1 win in stoppage time.