Jose Mourinho was more than satisfied with Manchester United's ball-winning ability against Hull City.
Youngster Marcus Rashford popped up with the winner in stoppage time to give United three wins from three.
And Mourinho was happy with what came before that game-winning moment.
"Every time we lost the ball, we recovered the ball two seconds later and they had no chance to rest," he said.
The former Chelsea, Real Madrid and Inter Milan boss also praised Rashford's impact after being brought on as a substitute.
"They had no chance to have the ball in the second half and I think when we brought the kid [Rashford] into the game, we gave them a diversity of football."