Manchester United will be looking to make it two wins in two games under new manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, when they face off against relegation battlers Huddersfield Town at Old Trafford on Boxing Day.
Where do you think United will finish this season?
"We wanted to play football against them and give them a fight and that's what the players did".
The 1999 treble victor was in charge of his first match in the Red Devils' 5-1 spanking of his former side Cardiff City.
However, the Red Devils legend Gary Neville is reportedly not getting carried away by the heavy win over the Bluebirds, which was the first time United had scored five goals in a single match since Sir Alex Fergurson's last game in charge back in 2013.
King spent a few years at Old Trafford and Solskjaer worked with the current Bournemouth star a few years ago. Mourinho had stopped being serenaded a long time ago.
What a managerial debut for Ole Ole Gunnar Solskjaer! Cue huge cheers from the 76,000 supporters packed inside the stadium, quickly followed by a rendition of, "Ole, Ole, Ole, Ole". "The other two (changes) are just changes that I think are right for this game".
So, if Solskjaer isn't even willing to shake hands with a Liverpool fan, you can bet he'll send out his players to exact revenge for that defeat on Merseyside.
"It was special hearing the crowd singing my song". It's humbling but it makes you really proud.
"I was surprisingly calm all day".
"It's a completely different atmosphere when you win games". "Freedom", was the reply.
The player was heavily linked with a return to his home country during the summer window but Mourinho goes against selling him having failed to get Harry Maguire or Jerome Boateng - his prime targets in July.
Diogo Dalot, Fred and Juan Mata enter the lineup, while Ashley Young, Ander Herrera and Anthony Martial came off.
Paul Pogba's double saw United to victory, but the scoreline does not tell the full tale of the match, with Huddersfield missing several gilt-edged chances, while being thwarted by the brilliance of United 'keeper David de Gea in the second half.