Didn't do anything that stood out from memory but think it said a lot that Van Gaal played him in the side with the more attacking CM partner and the youngsters in the front 4. Van Gaal trusts him to protect the defence and as a leader.
Yeah he looked very tired, don't think he trained in the lead up to the game but we hadn't any real alternative available. The game was over for us when he went off, Schneiderlin isn't the type of midfielder to fill in to his role and Fellaini just isn't a midfielder.
Leicester City 1-1 Manchester United - 28th November 2015
I would like to see him try the occasional riskier pass instead of easy and safe passes. His ability in the air was more of threat to Leicester than his incisive passing. Having said that, he was our second best player.
It's good news to be getting bodies back but I can't really say we've missed him! He hasn't really lived up to expectations so far due to injury, the way we set up and to be honest his general fitness.
He's still got an important squad role to play with these youngsters as he's so experienced. But other than helping to close out games and keep the ball I'm not sure he can offer much in the future.
By the way... I don't think he's been terrible for us by any means. He's been stready and controlled the midfield well but he's just not dynamic enough anymore. Sadly we signed him a couple of years too late.
He actually had a really positive influence on the game yesterday when he came on which is maybe the first time this season.
He demanded the ball, he wanted to get it forwards, he made things happen and he really took the game by the scruff of the neck. Hopefully that's a sign of things to come because he's the kind of player this team really needs right now.