Reuters / Alex Morton

Ashley Young’s fine form for United continued as the England international produced two brilliant moments to help his side beat Watford 4-2 in a vital Premier league fixture.

After helping the Old Trafford club with his deflected goal to beat Brighton last week, Young was monumental and scored a brace in the first half to see United flying at the break.

After striking with a fabulous effort on the half-volley, Young was again on the score-sheet minutes later and the reaction from Jose Mourinho said it all.

Young went ahead and took the free-kick from a decent position and curled it into the top left corner leaving Watford goalkeeper Heurelho Gomes in a shock.

The 32-year-old is surely going to be a contender for one of the best goals of the season in a night when Jamie Vardy’s acrobatic volley will rival Young’s effort with another superb effort that helped Leicester City beat Tottenham Hotspur.

Jose Mourinho was sitting in the dug out and after Young’s free-kick looked rather stunned and amazed at the same time.

He did not get up from his seat and just looked at his assistants acknowledging the veteran’s fine effort. The two goals from Young was his first away from Old Trafford since March 2015. Young has been offered a new contract by the club that could see him stay at…

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