Manchester United met Southampton in another game of the English Premier League. Southampton went into the game as a wounded team because most of the players were out in the injury list. The Game started on well but Southampton got a major blow barely two minutes after the game started. Alexandre Jankewitz who was give his first Premier League start knocked Scott McTominay, and he was given a straight red card. The Southampton players remained ten and they just had to cope with the situation.
Aaron Wan Bissaka opened the score line after getting a brilliant pass from Luke Shaw. Marcus Rashford, then added the second goal moments later. He was give the assist by Mason Greenwood. Marcus Rashford again delivered a brilliant cross and it was tapped in by Jan Bednarek and it was counted as an own goal.
Luke Shaw again set up another cross for Edison Cavani and he added the fourth goal of the night. The first half ended 4-0 in favor of Manchester United. The second half also started on a high note ad Manchester United was determined to finish what it had started. Che Adams pulled one goal back for Southampton but it was denied. Anhtony Martial added the fifth goal for Manchester United after getting a pass from Bruno Fernandes. Scott McTominay added the sixth goal. Jan Bednarek was given a red card and the Southampton players remained nine on the pitch.
Bruno Fernandes took the penalty that was awarded to Manchester United and he added the seventh goal. Martial the added the eighth goal before Bruno Fernandes gave Daniel James another pass that led to the ninth goal. The game ended 9-0 in favor of Manchester United.
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