Iwobi, who now has five goals to his name this term, took to social media to reveal his thoughts, stating: "Still got another 90, we go again".
"We can use different systems and different players and today we changed the system, after two matches away".
That record will need to be improved dramatically if they are to retain their current lofty standing and a goalscoring threat will be key to them delivering a reversal in fortune on their travels. For that, Emery deserves credit; fortune favoured the fearless on this occasion and it might propel his side all the way into the Champions League next season.
Pundits and supporters alike have called for Solskjaer to be given the permanent job at United, and a second successive win over rivals Arsenal could be the finishing touch needed to get the call. They were forced to dig into the very depth of their squad and they youth team to even have the required number of substitutes for the game.
When interim manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer replaced Jose Mourinho in December, United was in sixth spot, 11 points off the Champions League qualification positions. Down to the last few games. "We had the flawless mixture of fighting the opponent, fighting the circumstances and playing football".
Earlier on Sunday, second-placed Liverpool beat Burnley 4-2 to move on to 73 points, one behind leaders and champions Manchester City, with the battle for the title now looking to be a two-team race.
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"We had worked hard to arrive at this moment".
"I don't want that", Emery said when asked about the pitch invasion. We are happy today but Chelsea is with us, and so are United and Tottenham.
"They were in a good moment after one result against PSG, but we had a big performance and we are in a good moment in the Premier League".
But for Emery it is all about emphasising the idea of positive energy. "It is going to be very tough but small details will make the difference in these games".
It is one of many ways the Premier League and its clubs are working to encourage fans to reduce their plastic usage in everyday life, with Monreal adding: "I think it is a very important thing for us, for our children and their children".