Manchester United have confirmed their team for Sunday's Premier League clash with Sunderland and Marouane Fellaini has been named captain while Paul Pogba returns to the starting XI.
Ibrahimovic, 35, opened the scoring in the 30th minute of today's game at the Stadium of Light, rolling Billy Jones and crashing a shot into the bottom corner from the edge of the box.
The Red Devils claimed a straightforward 3-0 win at struggling Sunderland to climb back to fifth in the table, four points behind fourth-placed Manchester City with a game in hand.
Seconds later a bolt from the blue from Zlatan Ibrahimovic fired United into a lead before the Black Cats' afternoon took another turn for the worst when Seb Larsson was dismissed for a foul on Ander Herrera with 43 minutes played.
He said: "We keep fighting, we keep going. You could feel that negative feeling that is around a team that is close to relegation".
He found the opening goal of the game against Sunderland, taking his tally to 17 league goals this season, the best ever tally from a Man United player since 2013/14.
Mourinho told reporters after the game: "The result was good".
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"We have to keep focused, keep working, keep believing that we can reach the top four".
United were without goalkeeper David de Gea due to a minor hip injury, with Sergio Romero deputising, but Mourinho expects the Spaniard to be fit for the visit of leaders Chelsea next Sunday. "Afterwards we play with one more, sometimes it can be more hard and sometimes it can be an advantage".
Shakespeare had won all of his first six matches in charge, five of them in the Premier League, since replacing the sacked Claudio Ranieri in February.
It was harsh on David Moyes' side, who'd kept United quiet for much of the first 45 before the sending off.
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Forlan, who endured a frustrating spell at United between 2002 and 2004, earned cult hero status with United fans for the brace of goals he scored against Liverpool.
Koeman said he was pleased with his team's performance particularly the displays of Lukaku and Barkley, who had come in for some criticism after the Merseyside derby.