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Erik ten Hag must give Manchester United player his first Premier League start in five months

If any player was going to speak in the mixed zone after Manchester United's draw with Brentford at the weekend, it was going to be the goalscorer, Mason Mount.

It transpired not even Mount was willing to speak, although he did do an interview with MUTV. "If you look at the game overall it wasn't to our standard," he said. "We know that. When you score at the death you think you can maybe hang on. But maybe we didn't deserve it.

"Brentford make it difficult. It is never easy coming here. They make it tough and get around you. Maybe we didn't get it going from the beginning. We know we can improve and we need to because we need to win games. We will improve, we will work hard. We need to step up."

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Mount, who came on from the bench with just minutes of normal time remaining, did brilliantly to score in added time, expertly finding the right corner whilst being pressured.

He sprinted to the corner where the travelling fans were housed and slid on his knees, slapped the United badge on his shirt and was mobbed by his relieved teammates.

Mount thought he'd won it but United conceded moments later, which made his goal redundant, so it was understandable he wanted to get on the bus as quickly as possible.

Although it would have been one of the biggest robberies in Premier League history, Mount securing a late winner would have represented the turning point of his time at United.

The points were shared, but the goal must be the turning point regardless and starting Mount against his former club Chelsea on Thursday seems like a no-brainer.

Mount's time in Manchester since