Manchester United manager, Erik ten Hag, was happy with his side’s win against Arsenal at the MetLife Stadium.
The Red Devils beat Gunners 2-0 to record a third consecutive win in pre-season after wins over Leeds United and Lyon.
“I think it’s very good. The way we played, I was really pleased, how active we were in and out of possession,” said the 53-year-old.
“That is the way we want to play and that is the only period of the year you can really work in training and translate it to games without it having consequences.
“But still, we want to win, and I think the lads showed we played a good game. It’s fantastic. Manchester United is famous for always bringing young players up and it can be done. But we have to see.
“We have confidence, he [Kobbie Mainoo] is playing with confidence, and I really like his performance. But this year, he showed it in spring, then he got injured. We are really happy. There are more youngsters with us now and they’re all doing very good. But I don’t want to rise expectations too high.
“We have to see. The Premier League is tough but, definitely, you can see we have some really good young players who can play a role in the squad. But the bar is high.”