According to The Independent, in Juan Mata and Mkhitaryan, United have two No 10s on the pitch.
"Sometimes in football, you get what you deserve, today we deserved more than we got", he told Sky Sports. That is what happened. The Toffees were a much better side in the second-half and had more possession overall, but late defensive errors cost them a chance of any points.
Rooney, who was playing for the first time at Old Trafford since leaving Manchester United in the offseason, was substituted in the 82nd minute.
Instead it was Romelu Lukaku, who missed a glaring chance to make it 2-0 in the first half, who stole the show against a former club.
The Belgium worldwide then added one himself, before Anthony Martial won a penalty and converted from 12 yards out.
He actually believes United still have one major issue in their team, despite their impressive start to the season.
Antonio Valencia's early thunderbolt put Manchester United en route to a 4-0 English Premier League victory over Everton on Sunday (Monday NZ Time), while Arsenal held Chelsea to a draw at Stamford Bridge.
Despite Everton's spirited performance, the result continued their disappointing sequence.
"I read the United program and my colleague [Mourinho] said about Everton spending £140 million and so they need to go for the top four", Koeman said.
Many have called for Koeman to drop the Wales worldwide after a string of bad displays, however, it appears the Dutchman is not keen on the idea. "We need time, but it's hard in football".
"Everyone wanted to see how we responded to our last away league game and we did that in a positive way".