West Brom Vs Manchester United 1-2 - Ashley Young Interview - August 14 2011 - [High Quality]
Ashley Young believes Manchester United's 'never-say-die attitude' saw them to three points against West Bromwich Albion. The Red Devils snatched victory at the Hawthorns late on, providing them with the perfect start to the defence of their Premier League crown. Wayne Rooney had them in front inside 13 minutes, but a mistake from David de Gea allowed Shane Long to level for the Baggies. United refused to accept a stalemate, though, and a late burst into the box from Young ended up with Steven Reid putting through his own net. After helping the Red Devils to a vital victory on his debut, Young told Sky Sports: "It's the first game of season, we knew it was going to be tough coming to the Hawthorns but we have a never-say-die attitude and we work to final whistle, and we got our rewards in the end. "I thought we had more of the ball and more possession and we looked like scoring whenever we went forward, but we knew we'd have to grind it out and that's what we did. Drilled On De Gea's earlier error, Young added: "Obviously he was disappointed with the goal, but we're always going to create chances throughout the 90 minutes. "We're drilled to play to the final whistle and that's what we did." Young combined with Rooney as United broke the deadlock on Sunday and he admits he is already starting to feel at home around his new Old Trafford colleagues. He said: "I have played with a few of the boys with England, so you get to know their game there. "Through training and pre <b>...</b>
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