An own goal from Kyle Walker ensured Manchester United opened the Premier League season with a 1-0 victory over Tottenham at Old Trafford on Saturday.
The right-back stabbed into the back of his own net midway through the first half after a new-look United side had made a shaky start.
David de Gea watched on as Sergio Romero made his United debut, with Louis van Gaal stating that the Spain goalkeeper is not in the right frame of mind amid ongoing speculation over a move to Real Madrid.
New signing Romero produced an assured display – making a couple of fine, late saves – as Tottenham were unable to build on an encouraging start in which Christian Eriksen came close to opening the scoring.
Van Gaal must have seen plenty of room for improvement as he aims to turn United into title contenders, but will be happy with three points after losing at home to Swansea City on the opening day last year.