I've seen a lot of people so pleased with the result, and our improving defense, that they're overlooking how much we were dominated. The loss of possession reached a peak in the second half, where we barely were able to play it out of our half. Those few occasions forward ended in a cross out of bounds or a misplaced pass to the opposition. Sure, they're the better team, but I'd feel more hopeful after a 1-0 loss, where we managed to go toe to toe for most of it. I would swear we had a short corner where we played it all the way back to our keeper eventually. Krul was launching them long all over the place, so that was that. I felt about as I expected to after an away game at Old Trafford, but we're a point to good, so there is that. Speaking of defense, Colo was no faster than usual, but he was as sharp as I can remember. Great anticipation and tackles. He and Saylor looked like the first choice CB partnership. Mbemba was a little erratic out at RB, in my opinion. He was strong in defense several times, but made rash decisions and let people by a few times too. Definitely has talent, though. Our two great chances to score were Mitrovic's header off the bar, and Cisse's cutback for Thauvin, who was just a step away from the tap in. Plenty of chances for them, including the harsh offside call on Rooney. Great blocks by our lads, and Tim Krul of old, stopped a lot of them at the last minute. We're still learning to play together, and this was another step in the right direction.