Football Soccer - Manchester United v Swansea City - Barclays Premier League - Old Trafford - 2/1/16Wayne Rooney celebrates with Anthony Martial after scoring the second goal for Manchester United Reuters / Andrew YatesLivepic
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Van Gaal, who had overseen United's longest sequences of matches without victory since 1990, said: "It is amazing and that at the age of 30 years.As well as creating the winning goal, Martial headed in the game's opening goal two minutes into the second half and Ashley Young, who set him up, also stood out.Van Gaal described his starting formation, with a three-man defense and Young and Martial as wing-backs, as "risky". Rooney's goal was a reward for a more adventurous approach by the United manager.
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