Fellaini, who also came off the bench, sealed United's third successive victory eight minutes from full-time to leave Mourinho full of admiration for the way they refused to be discouraged by well-drilled Leicester. "If I had to choose a word to describe my team it would be solid".
They face a Leicester side who brushed down their painful opening day defeat to breeze past a toothless Brighton side.
"Is [Jamie] Vardy a very risky player? Three matches, nine points, is nothing new for us because last season was three matches and nine points".
Romelu Lukaku who scored 25 premier league goals last season whilst at Everton proved unplayable for the visiting Hammers on his debut, The Belgian will certainly be a handful for United's rivals as they look to win the premier league title.
However, just how well-oiled a machine Manchester United are will be known when they play Leicester, considering West Ham and Swansea are not exactly the scariest of opposition.
Early signs now suggest that United have put such struggles behind them and, after the win, Mourinho was pleased with the dominance shown by his players.
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"I'm really happy, not for me. So I think it will look like last year but this year the Red Devils will be on top".
Dorset police said two City fans had been arrested for coming on to the pitch and that they were reviewing CCTV footage "as part of an ongoing investigation to establish whether any other offences may have been committed".
In terms of the game itself, it took a while to get going until United started to control the game midway through the first half with Kasper Schmeichel proving to be a thorn in their side. Beginning of [last] season, if he had understood me better he would start better.
After the game, a Bournemouth steward complained to police that he had been struck by Sergio Aguero, who had come on as a substitute, during the celebrations.
"The difference is the quality of our football, we're playing better today and if we hadn't won this match I wouldn't have anyone to blame".
The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that United were made to work hard for it, but they grabbed the three points at the end of a nervy encounter at Old Trafford. "I am really pleased with him". "We have had a couple of good results recently and we need to take that confidence into that game, but we know what stands before us".