Manchester United matchwinner Bruno Fernandes admitted some relief after their 1-0 victory over West Brom.
Fernandes' twice-taken second-half penalty was enough to give Manchester United their first Premier League victory of the season at Old Trafford over a battling West Brom outfit.
Former United keeper Sam Johnstone included a splendid save from the initial kick amongst a string of superb stops to deny his old club.
However, VAR intervened as Johnstone was clearly off his line and Fernandes made no mistake with his second attempt. The effort ended a wait of 324 minutes for a United goal in the Premier League on home soil - and that was also a spot-kick from the Portuguese against Tottenham.
It was harsh on the visitors, who were awarded a penalty themselves a minute after the restart when Fernandes caught Conor Gallagher. But after reviewing the incident on the pitchside monitor, referee David Coote decided the United man had just touched the ball, much to Baggies boss Slaven Bilic's frustration.
The result leaves West Brom still waiting for their first win of the season.
After successive victories, United are in the top half of the table for the first time this season. And, given the pressure he was under before the win at Everton on 7 November, there must be some satisfaction for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer in going above Pep Guardiola's Manchester City in the table.
Fernandes said at the final whistle: "It was really important to us to win this game because we need the points.
"It was a tough game. We can do a lot better. We created a lot but we have the quality to do better."
On the penalty he 'conceded', he said: "I felt I touched the ball and it was the second contact."
On having to retake his penalty, Fernandes also remarked: "It's not good. You need to do it on the first one. I'm not happy. I scored the second one but I didn't the first one."