Manchester United fans enjoyed what Anthony Martial did to stick up for Rashford in front of Zaha.
It was important that Manchester United come back from Monday night's 2-2 draw against Southampton with a win, especially after Leicester city defeated Sheffield United 2-0.
And they did exactly that thanks to a goal from both halves of the game from Marcus Rashford and Anthony Martial.
The Manchester United duo were in a good form against crystal palace and they both scored their 22nd goals of the season.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer rained down praises on the duo after the match and is pleased with their performance and how they relate on the pitch.
Solskjaer was quoted saying "it was a tough game but two fantastic goals won it for us".
On the point of defending each other, fans on social media enjoyed the incident that involved Rashford and Martial towards the end of the match.
Zaha fronted up to Rashford after fighting for the ball, Martial immediately stepped up to the scene to stick up for his teammate.
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