Manchester United big win last night, scoring nine goals in one march was an added advantage with the position they are holding currently in league. Alexander Jankewitz of Southampton was given are red card on second minute which marked the start of the problems. On 18th minute Aaron Wan- Bissaka score the first goal for Manchester, on 25th minute Marcus Rashford scored the second goal, Jan Bednarek of Southampton scored the third goal for Manchester making them three- zero. Edinson Cavani score fourth goal for Manchester until half time the scores were four- zero.
After half time break Anthony Martial score his first goal and the firth goal in this march on 69th minute. Scott Mc Tominay scored the sixth goal for Manchester after which Jan Bednarek for Southampton was shown red card even after scoring own goal on 34th minute. The penalty after the mistake of Jan was taken by Bruno Fernandes scoring the seventh goal in the march. Anthony Martial scored his second goal in the march and the eight for Manchester. Daniel james scored the final goal in the march on additional time after the FIFA 90 minutes.
This was the biggest win for Manchester this season scoring a total of nine goals on one march, having a clean sheet. This will help the team in the coming marches and also the goal difference will play a key role this season due to stiff competition being experience right now.
On the other hard Arsenal lost one two to Wolverhampton where David Luiz and Bernd Leno were shown red. Nicolas Pepe scored for arsenal and Ruben Neves scored penalty for wolverhampton. Joao Moutinho scored the winning goal for Wolvers.
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