For the better part of the last two years, Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal has been rooted to his chair at Old Trafford. His book of strategies firmly perched on his lap, a steely gaze and reactions, minimal. Somewhere, a vein had just popped up in the Dutch manager’ head during his team’s unlikely 3-2 win against Arsenal, and it stunned the footballing world. Also Read: Rashford’s brace drives Manchester United to 3-2 win against Arsenal Also Read - AVL vs NEW Dream11 Team Prediction, Fantasy Football Tips Premier League 2020-21- Captain, Vice-captain, Top Picks For Today's Aston Villa vs Newcastle United Football Match at Villa Park 1.30 AM IST January 24 Sunday

United were leading at the stage. The focus was on protecting the lead and Arsenal were doing everything to level scores, winning every little foul they can. A decision went against Ander Herrera and that was when all hell broke loose. The 66-year-old got out of his chair and stormed right in front of the fourth official. He had a brief argument with him. The official had ignored him, which incensed Van Gaal further. Also Read - Mesut Ozil Effect: Flight Radar Data Shows Over 1M People Followed Former Arsenal Star's Flight Path From London to Istanbul Aircraft

Old Trafford was already cheering and things were to get even better for them as Van Gaal tumbled onto the floor, demonstrating what the Arsenal player had done to get a foul. Cheers turned into celebrations. Anyone outside the stadium would have thought that the 20-time Champions scored another goal. Also Read - Cristiano Ronaldo Transfer Rumour: Juventus Star Heavily Linked With Manchester United After Following Former Club on Instagram

United eventually held on and won the contest. The game gave birth to a new star in Marcus Rashford, who played a very big hand in United’s win. The 18-year-old, making his league debut scored twice before setting up Herrera’s goal. United went 2-0 up in the latter stages of the second half. Arsenal pulled one back through Danny Welbeck. United restored their two-goal advantage in the second half. With 20 minutes left in the game, Mesut Ozil scored to make things interesting but the second string United side hung on to get three points on the board and keep their UEFA Champions League place alive. Watch the video below: