Man United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has viewed the 3-3 draw with Sheffield United as a lesson for the young ones while also saluting their never-say-die attitude.
"This team don't give in - such a difference from last year. It shows the quality that we can score three in a game when we don't perform,” Solskjaer said via the BBC.
The Norwegian highlighted a contrast between his current team and the United that went 2-0 behind against Everton in April before crumbling further to a 4-0 thrashing.
"When you're 2-0 down, you fear the worst. But this group won't give in, don't give in. We've made massive strides and would have a learned a lot today."
Solskjaer concluded his reaction by stressing the positive of fighting for the comeback - with a team that is a group of academy graduates at its core.
"Even though the big part of this game is a negative and we are disappointed with it, the overriding feeling is a positive because of the character to stick in there and turn it around.”
"They've come through the academy most of these boys and in the academy you don't play in these kind of games, despite trying to teach them to play without fear, and they will have learned a lot in this 90-odd minutes,” Solskjaer concluded.