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'Bring it on' - Manchester United stars react to 'huge' win against Aston Villa

Manchester United players have taken to social media to share their joy after Erik ten Hag's team secured a vital 2-1 away win against Aston Villa on Sunday evening.

The Red Devils took the lead when Rasmus Hojlund found the net for the fifth consecutive match but the hosts drew level after the break when Douglas Luiz smashed the ball home from close range. However, with just four minutes to play substitute Scott McTominay stole a march on Matty Cash to head home Diogo Dalot's perfectly-weighted cross, ensuring that United would travel home with all three points.

After the match goal scorer Hojlund wasted no time posting about his team's latest success. Writing on Instagram the Danish international said: "Enjoyed that one bring it on!" Hojlund's teammates soon appeared in his replies, with Brazlian Anthony posting heart emojis.

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Marcus Rashford added his own Instagram post, writing: "Let's go team! Huge three points," and there were similar words of triumph from former United captain Harry Maguire, who paid tribute to the club's travelling supporters. The England international wrote: "Taking 3 points back to Manchester. Away support [with a fire emoji]."

Goalkeeper Andre Onana also got in on the Instagram action. Sharing a photo of himself denying Villa's Ollie Watkins to his 1.9m followers, Onana wrote: "Let’s keep this momentum going. C’mon United!"

Meanwhile, match-winner McTominay kept it simple. The scorer of United's late second goal simply posted a photograph of himself celebrating the winning goal with Hojlund alongside three party emojis. The Scotland international has now come off the bench to score in two of his last