Marouane Fellaini thrilled with Arsenal victory

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Manchester United midfielder Marouane Fellaini has expressed his delight with Sunday's 1-0 win over Premier League leaders Arsenal at Old Trafford.

The Belgium international replaced Robin van Persie, who scored the Red Devils' winning goal, in the closing stages of the match to help ensure all three points for the reigning champions.

"Great to play a part in the 1-0 win against Arsenal yesterday," Fellaini told his official Facebook page. "And a great result for the team!"

The result allowed United to leapfrog Everton, Tottenham and rivals Manchester City into fifth place in the Premier League table, while they also managed to close the gap on Arsenal from eight points to five in the process.

Fellaini, who signed for the Red Devils from Everton at the end of the summer transfer window, now meets up with the rest of the Belgium squad for the forthcoming friendly matches against Colombia and Japan.

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