Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer rained praise down on James Garner and Brandon Williams after their impressive outing in the 1-0 win over Partizan Belgrade.
Williams handed United a 41st-minute penalty that Anthony Martial converted to secure their first victory in regulation time since their opening Europa League group game at home to Astana. James Garner who earned his first senior career start in central midfield also had a good game.
Speaking after the win, Solskjaer reserved praise for Garner and Williams, "They did excellent, I thought Jimmy just grew and grew into the game, became better and better. And Brandon was, for me, man of the match. He's been fantastic in the few games he's played, the boy has no fear, he's as brave as a lion and he got us the win.
"In games like these when we get the first goal, we need to learn when to get the second and when to get the third. I thought today we had loads of opportunities to make sure we're in a comfortable lead, but didn't play that pass forward. But Brandon has an absolutely great attitude, the boy is gonna be a top, top player."