New footage shows what was being said during Manchester United 5-2 Bournemouth

Bruno Fernandes and Paul Posa line up a free-kick for Man Utd

We all had a good laugh when Rio Ferdinand prematurely stated 'Manchester United are back' after the Red Devils' eliminated Paris Saint-Germain from the Champions League in 2018.

His words in the BT Sport studio that night backfired immensely, but these days, they look pretty much spot on.

Ever since the Premier League's restart, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side have looked like a team possessed, dismantling Bournemouth 5-2 yesterday afternoon at Old Trafford.

Bruno Fernandes and Paul Pogba have deservedly received much of the plaudits for sparking United's turnaround, but the team's front three is also looking mighty strong.

Mason Greenwood added another brace to his tally against the Cherries, with Anthony Martial and Marcus Rashford both scoring their 20th goals of the season in all competitions.

It really was an attacking masterclass from United and thanks to BT Sport's #ListenIn, we can now hear some of what was being said on the pitch during the game against Bournemouth.

Aaron Ramsdale really wasn't happy about Greenwood's second goal to make it 4-2 on the day...

"Don't let him turn," the Bournemouth 'keeper bellows out, before Greenwood fires the ball into the top corner.

"Who the f**k are you talking to!" Ramsdale adds, followed by a string of expletives.

Shortly after, we see Solskjaer telling United players to "get in front of the wall" before Fernandes fires a free-kick past Ramsdale - some great in-game management from the Norwegian.

After the final whistle, the United boss is congratulated by Eddie Howe and his staff, before he strolls onto the field to pass on a classy message to Nathan Ake.

Ake and Solskjaer

"Good luck," Solskjaer says to the Dutch centre-back. "You need a bit of luck from your centre-backs. Just keep going."

For the first time in a long, long time, United's manager and players look exceedingly happy both on and off the pitch.

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