Ten Hag praises Man Utd's win: "Domination, passion, desire

Marcus Rashford scored his 28th goal of the season to secure a 1-0 win for Manchester United against Brentford.

The victory lifted Manchester United back into the top four in the race to qualify for the Champions League.

This was United's first Premier League win since February and avenged their earlier loss to Brentford.

United moved three points clear of fifth-place Tottenham Hotspur, whom they face on April 27 in the battle for fourth place.

United had been struggling in recent weeks with a goal drought and defeats against Liverpool and Newcastle United.

Despite key players being injured or suspended, manager Erik ten Hag has been trying to keep the team going until they are available again.

Rashford's goal highlighted the formula for United's success: winning at home and relying on Rashford's goals.

United have not won a league game without Rashford scoring since November, and have struggled to win away against top 10 teams.

The win against Brentford may provide a spark for United to regain momentum, but fatigue and lack of confidence remain challenges.

Nonetheless, with other teams struggling for form, United can breathe a little easier in their pursuit of a top-four finish.