Robin Van Persie has responded to a clip of Rio Ferdinand during Manchester united's win over crystal palace.
The Red Devil's won 2-0 at selhurst park on Thursday night with Ferdinand working as a pundit in the BT sports studio.
Van Persie, who spent time alongside ferdinard at old Trafford noted just how much ferdinard cared about united.
Marcus Rashford and Anthony Martial sealed the three points for united as the battle for a top four spot on the battle for a top four spot in the premier league continue. United Boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer said; "yeah we need to smile, we need to go into this as in we've earned this night.
"No one thought this in January, that we were in with a shout for the top four and we've done fantastic since the restart and so we've got a smile, got to enjoy these games.
"These are the games that matter and that's what it is at Manchester united, you need to step up and show your personality.
It's a must win but then again we've still got own performance to think about.
"The performance will always bring a result and today the result was probably better than the perfomance.
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