After a long and hard week, Manchester United is again showed their best. Manchester United beat Everton by 3-1 and continued their away form in Premier League again.
Manchester United travelled to Goodison Park to face Carlo Ancelotti’s Everton. Manchester United was under immense pressure after back to back loss against Arsenal in the Premier League and İstanbul Başakşehir F.K. in UEFA Champions League.
However, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer made plenty of changes in the starting XI today. Manchester United went behind by a 19th-minute goal from Bernard. But United responded with a 25th-minute equalizer from Bruno Fernandes’ header from a Luke Shaw’s cross. United took the lead in the 32nd minute and Bruno Fernandes scored his second. At 95th Bruno Fernandes set up the third goal of Manchester United and Edinson Cavani slotted it home and scored his first goal in Manchester United jersey.
Bruno Fernandes sacrificed his hat-trick to assist a clear chance to Edinson Cavani. After the match, Bruno said to BBC Sport, “I don’t need to think about a hat-trick. [I set up Edinson Cavani because] for a striker it is important to score for his confidence, he will be important for us, and the first goal will give him confidence.”
This win sets up a new club record for Manchester United. Manchester United is unbeaten in domestic away games in all competition since their 2-1 defeat at Anfield in January. They broke a record set in 1993 tonight.
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