Bruno Fernandes ' brilliant second goal against Brighton had Gary Neville feeling all nostalgic.
Manchester United eased past Brighton 3-0 after goals from Mason Greenwood and Fernandes.
It continued their fine form since the restart of the Premier League, where they have gone unbeaten in four.
It also showcased the skills of Fernandes, their January signing, who has completely transformed the club since his arrival from Sporting Lisbon.
His brace against Brighton made it five in eight Premier League appearances.
And it is exactly what Ole Gunnar Solskjaer needs going into the final handful of games this season in their fight with Chelsea for fourth.
There have been flashes of utter brilliance from the Portugal international and has had United fans dreaming of a return to the glory days.
And one seems already smitten, with former right-back Neville recalling a time when the Red Devils were in full force.
Fernandes' second goal came from a deadly counter that included brilliant play from Harry Maguire, Nemanja Matic and Greenwood, before the 25-year-old volleyed home.
And Neville said of it: "That was Ronaldo, Rooney and Nani. Arsenal back in the late 2000s. The speed of that counter attack.
"What shouldn't be underestimated is the clearance from Maguire, clears it away.
"Then Matic gets it and their away, the pace from Rashford. His run makes it as Dan Burn then has to cover in.
"It leaves Fernandes at the back post then the question is does he have the precision to finish it?
"Everyone about the counter attack was perfect. What a goal."
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Meanwhile, Solskjaer reserved praise for Greenwood after his performance, that also saw Fernandes grab a brace.
"The boys played some exceptional stuff," he said.
"Mason's first goal was brilliant and he played fantastically. He's a special kid, we know when he gets faced up he looks dangerous. His link up play was great today.
"He's got a knack of that, he can go inside or outside, he is developing into a fine player.
"We know we have pace and we want to counter quickly, it was a fantastic goal [the third goal], we are very happy with it.
"I don't care about making a statement, I know we are a good team. We will recover and then focus on the next one."