He even ludicrously took a swipe at club legend Paul Scholes for his criticism of Paul Pogba.
Paul Pogba played in a more advanced position during the impressive win at Everton and I think we'll see the French global continue in that role tomorrow.
More crosses were massively evading their targets, and he sent the opposition on a counter-attack with a disastrous pass backwards eventually finding it's way to Sam Winnall on the edge of the area - luckily for Mkhitaryan, his shot was skewed well wide.
Derby finds itself in good position to secure promotion to the Premier League, as the Rams sit second in the Championship with 49 points.
Marcus Rashford was presented with the best chance of the half as a fortunate bobble gave him space to pull the trigger towards goal, but he fired his shot just over the bar - the shot should've hit the target, and if it did, would've given the hosts a deserved lead.
Juan Mata stepped out of a chauffeur driven car on a frigid morning in Manchester
Manchester United had the first attempt on goal through captain Pogba firing a straight shot at Carson in the second minute. However, Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Eric Bailly and Antonio Valencia will be unavailable because of injury issues.
Marcus Rashford is in line to get a recall to the attack with Juan Mata making way while we could also see Henrikh Mkhitaryan given a run-out after falling out-of-favour recently.
The barrage continued and Pogba wastefully side-footed wide with the goal gaping when following up Lingard's saved effort, before Derby finally yielded with six minutes to play.
Lukaku was next to head wide on 55 minutes, before Thomas Lawrence forced a diving save from Romero.
While United progress to the fourth round, Derby can be proud of an impressive display on the night.More news: USA must realise nuclear button is always on my table: Kim Jong