Ole Gunnar Solskjaer credited Manchester United's substitutes with a role in Mason Greenwood's equaliser against Liverpool on Sunday.
Greenwood ended a run of 10 games without a goal in all competitions against the Premier League champions as he cancelled out Mo Salah's opener following an impressive pass by Marcus Rashford.
Rashford picked out Greenwood with a long diagonal ball from the left flank and Solskjaer said United's No.10 was made aware of his teammate's position by the players on the bench.
"I think if you ask Marcus... the boys on the bench did a good job for him," Solskjaer told MUTV. "If there was a crowd here I don't think he would have seen it himself so a fantastic contribution by the bench, shouting, 'switch, switch, switch!' so he composed himself really well, Mason, he looked like it was going to bounce up for him and he had to wait for it.
"Right foot, good finish and I think there's more to Mason than what people think that he's only got a left foot."
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Solskjaer praised both sides for contributing to an exciting match after last week's goalless draw in the league meeting at Anfield.
He said: "It was great that the two teams wanted to through. An open game, end to end, that's what we said to the players: relax, drop your shoulders, enjoy yourself.
"Hard work but you've got to believe in it and you've got two choices. One positive or one more neutral one, take the positive one, always be brave."