Manchester United Understudies Upstage Arsenal's Vets
Who knew that youth being served would relieve the pressure to win at Old Trafford?
Manchester United went with a fresh-faced lineup again, and they put up another glorious performance. This time, it was against an overconfident Arsenal to the tune of an entertaining 3-2 scoreline.
Then again, the power o horn dogging is never to be underestimated. Back-to-back wins while14 senior players are injured speaks for iteself.
New sensation Marcus Rashford continued his new role as a Red Devils hero by getting this show on the road:
There is no stopping such power.
What can be better than a debut Premiership goal? A second goal, of course, for the young dude:
Arsenal turned to a former Red, Danny Welbeck, to take one back:
How's a dude with his talent left alone there? Then again, this is the United defense we're talking about.
Other than that, United played the Gunners like schoolkids, as Ander Herrera got the third:
That was going in, no matter what.
He didn't take the shot; he instead assisted the field with that one.
The manager faints.