Outstanding Man Utd claim first victory under Ten Hag 

Key takeaways: 

  • Marcus Rashford finished a run of 997 minutes without an objective in all contests for Manchester United against Liverpool.
  • Manchester United created a remarkable presentation to overcome Liverpool and give chief Erik ten Hag, his most memorable Premier League triumph at a loud Old Trafford.

Ten Hag took the strong choice to drop skipper Harry Maguire and Cristiano Ronaldo. It was compensated with a presentation that lifted the state of mind of emergency around Manchester United, leaving Liverpool looking for a first success of the time.

Jadon Sancho showed magnificent control and self-control to deservedly put United in front following 16 minutes before Marcus Rashford hustled clear to beat Alisson from substitute Anthony Martial’s pass eight minutes after the stretch.

Mo Salah set up a strained completion when he mixed in a header with nine minutes left. However, United gave Ten Hag the kind of win he wants to leave his imprint at Old Trafford.

Manchester United was at their most minimal ebb after a 4-0 embarrassment at Brentford, followed by Brighton’s home loss on the first day of the season.

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And keeping in mind that thousands challenged the responsibility for Glazers before starting, and the serenades went on all through the game, United’s fans mobilized behind an exhibition of savage power and responsibility that left Liverpool harassed for extensive stretches.

New £60m marking Casemiro was strutted before the Stretford End before the start, and how he probably savored the glorious air inside Old Trafford as United turned the wretchedness of their contemptible initial two association exhibitions on its head.

Liverpool won 5-0 here last season and 4-0 at Anfield; however, United gathered more energy and hatred in the initial 10 minutes here than in both humiliating exhibitions.

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