After the high of Sunday it was back to work for Manchester United
's stars, less than 24 hours later, as they look to continue their excellent form.
The Red Devils recorded their fifth-straight win in the Premier League
with an impressive 1-0 victory at Tottenham. It was their sixth-successive victory in all competitions since Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was appointed interim manager last month.
And it was back to business for the squad on Monday as they arrived for training.
Marcus Rashford was seen driving into their Aon Training Complex base - fresh from his matchwinning heroics at Wembley.
Anthony Martial, who started in attack alongside Rashford, also drove into training - as did Romelu Lukaku.
David de Gea, whose brilliance in goal denied several Spurs attacks in the second half at Wembley, was driven into training. He sat in the front passenger's seat as team-mate Juan Mata sat in the back.
Diogo Dalot, Andreas Pereira, Antonio Valencia, Matteo Darmian and Joel Pereira were among others who arrived to Carrington for training.
United's attentions now turn to Saturday's home league game with Brighton with Solskjaer on the verge of equalling managerial history.
MOST MANAGERIAL PREMIER LEAGUE WINS IN ROW AT NEW CLUB
Pep Guardiola (Manchester City) - 6
Carlo Ancelotti (Chelsea) - 6
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer (Man United) - 5
Craig Shakespeare (Leicester City) - 5
Maurizio Sarri (Chelsea) - 5
Victory over the Seagulls will see the interim manager win his first six Premier League games in charge of a club. Only Pep Guardiola at Manchester City and Carlo Ancelotti during his spell at Chelsea have achieved this feat before.
United are yet to rise from sixth under Solskjaer but the record 20-time English champions are now only behind Arsenal on goal difference and six points adrift of Chelsea in the fourth and final Champions League place.
And the mood has been transformed at United since Jose Mourinho was fired and former fans' favorite Solskjaer was brought in on loan from Norwegian side Molde.
'The manager brought some happiness, the players are playing well and the team is very strong now,' De Gea said post-match after beating Tottenham. 'This is the real Manchester United.'