Another positive for United on Thursday night was the performance of Dean Henderson, who kept a clean sheet after coming in for David De Gea.
And Scholes thinks it’s now time for the 23-year-old to shine, saying: “Yeah I would [like to see a run of games].
“I’m a big fan of David. The game against Everton, where David made a couple of mistakes, I thought Ole might have lost patience with him and that was the time to bring Henderson in.
“But he didn’t. He stuck to David to his credit. He did OK against West Brom and West Ham in the cup.
“Henderson didn’t have a lot to do. He hasn’t had much of a chance to impress.