More from Eddie Howe on David Brooks: "Today was a different role for Brooks and he did very well again, and was behind a lot of our creative football.
"It is a very demanding league physically and questions are to be asked defensively but he has done that very quickly. If you're good enough you are old enough."
Eddie Howe speaking to BBC Sport: "It is a tough one for us to take, we feel we produced a really good performance particularly in the first half, and we deserved more than the goal we got.
We would have loved to put the game to bed in that moment but football doesn't work like that. They showed quality in the second half and their subs made a difference.
You have to reflect on the positives, we were good with the ball and opened them up with some nice passages of play. The ability to grind out the result in the latter stages alluded us.
When you are so dominant in one half you expect a reaction. Tactically they changed things, we hoped we did enough for a draw but it wasn't to be.
We are taking it game by game and look forward to Newcastle because we know it is going to be tough.
Manchester United goalscorer, Marcus Rashford talking to BT Sport:
"You can say that we just have to improve in the start how we usually play in the end, we just just need to get it right.
"The most important thing is the three points, we have had an inconsistent start to the season.
"It always helps getting points, like you said we've got a big week ahead."
Bournemouth's Nathan Ake on today's defeat:
"It's very painful to lose like this, first half we played very well, we made chances.
"They took over the second half and pressed us. I look at myself for the second goal, very painful to lose like that.
"I think the last one, those little things cost you, very painful. It was difficult to judge but to be fair I don't blame the weather.
"We have done so well this season, even today we did well so we can still be positive."
More from Mourinho on their slow start:
"I can't believe that double chance from Ashley Young and Marcus Rashford. I can't understand [why we started slow]. My coaches said it was the best warm-up of the season.
"I think a few mistakes create instability. I love the song, 'attack, attack, attack' but you need to have stability when you lose the ball. It happened again against a good team but we were prepared for everything.
"We were ready for that. We knew that Joshua King was not playing. I really can't understand the kind of mentality that brings me more white hair!"
Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho speaking to BT Sport: "It was the whole first half. I said at half-time I was the luckiest manager in the Premier League in a half when it should be like 5/6-2.
"We were defensively awful. As a team we didn't press or do any of the week we did in the week. People watching this game will not believe how hard we worked this week.
"The first half was a disaster. The second half was much better. We created lots of chances and deserved to score before the 92nd minute.
On his half-time team talk: "I started off positive. I said it is impossible to play worse than we did so the second half will be better for sure. I was happy bringing Ander Herrera into the game.
"I felt we needed him to give more balance and to recover the ball faster. I was happy with that change. It was much better."
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Leaving it late Marcus...
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This was how close the ball was to crossing the line when David Brooks made that goalline clearance after Nathan Ake had blocked Marcus Rashford's shot.
But the United substitute made up for it in the 92nd minute.Copyright: Premier League
All over. Marcus Rashford's goal is the match winner.Copyright: Reuters
Former West Ham midfielder on BBC Radio 5 live
That is what happens.
That is what they're capable of.
First half non-existent but second half they've grown stronger and they will punish you.
That's heartache for Bournemouth.
Here it is!!!!
On the week of his 21st birthday, Marcus Rashford scores a late, late winner.
Paul Pogba crosses the ball in from the left and it misses Nathan Ake and falls to the feet of Rashford.
Adam Smith and Asmir Begovic scramble to try and get it clear but Rashford gets it out of his feet and smashes it into the net.Copyright: Reuters
Javel: Time for the traditional last-gasp, added-time winner for Man Utd?
Andrew Surman replaces Junior Stanislas.
Four minutes added time.
Jordon Ibe wins a corner off Ashley Young. It will be their ninth of the match! A late winner incoming?
Anonymous: Just think how United would do if they could play 2 halves of football in the same game? Think Chelsea had the best of Matic. Looks slow, pedestrian, not interested.
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Jesse Lingard is denied by the legs of Asmir Begovic from close-range!Copyright: Reuters