A Manchester United fan has created a video showcasing the highlights of their 17-match unbeaten run and it shows the Red Devils are getting back on track.
United last lost a game back in January when a 2-0 defeat to Burnley could have spelled the end for manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
However, United have remarkably bounced back and are now front runners to qualify for next season's Champions League.
Twitter user @SZNSancho7 has picked the best moments of United in all 17 games and put them in one slick video.
Set to Radioactive by Imagine Dragons, the talks of a "new age" echo the optimism felt around Old Trafford in 2020.
Fans have reacted to the compilation and they're excited to see the "real Manchester United" challenge for top titles again.
Some quality goals in here :fire:
- Aidan Walsh :beginner: (@AidanWalshMUFC) July 12, 2020
This was actually clean
Good job bro
- :crown: (@Pulisixss) July 12, 2020
I counted 47 goals in that clip. Am I correct? That's a good number of goals for 17 games
- Prof. (@Harold_Bosompem) July 12, 2020
Wow. Has no idea Man U was scoring such nice goals
- Mojola ' Spiritual :heart:'s Assistant (@Adura_Himself) July 12, 2020
jesus, some nice finishes there :eyes::eyes::clap:
- Jamie Redfern (@JT_Redfern) July 12, 2020
The form of Mason Greenwood has been a particular bright spark for United, with the teenager scoring four goals since the restart.
Anthony Martial and Marcus Rashford are also beginning to find their feet while Paul Pogba and Bruno Fernandes are forming a fine partnership.
A 3-0 win over Aston Villa on Thursday means United are the first team in Premier League history to score three or more goals four games on the bounce.
They welcome Southampton on Monday evening and Solskjaer explained to ManUtd.com that his side have had an "up-and-down" season despite their current fine form.
"Well we've had an up-and-down season," the Norwegian begun.
"We started fantastically well against Chelsea with a great win. We played some very good football. Then we got a setback and of course I think the players have stuck to the task in hard times, difficult times, believed in the coaches, believed in what we are trying to do.
"They trusted us when the results haven't gone great, that we just want to keep on working.
"And now the results are coming and the excitement is coming. Now it's time to keep your feet on the ground: keep working, keep doing the right things, don't believe the hype or the all the praise."
United could yet add silverware to their cabinet this season with the club in the FA Cup semi-finals and Europa League last 16 respectively.
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Featured Image Credit: @SZNSancho7/Twitter & PA Images
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