Two first-half goals from Bruno Fernandes and Edinson Cavani’s first for the club saw Manchester United come from behind to beat Everton 3-1 and relieve some of the pressure on Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
The Toffees took the lead on 19 minutes when Bernard converted from Dominic Calvert-Lewin’s knockdown.
But just six minutes later United equalised through a superb Fernandes header from Luke Shaw’s cross.
Fernandes got his brace when Marcus Rashford failed to make contact with his cross and the ball sailed into the net via the post.
And he set up Edinson Cavani for his first United goal to seal the win in the dying stages.
Here are the Manchester United player ratings from Goodison Park…
David De Gea 6
Spaniard was busier second half but still not called on to make any big saves
Aaron Wan-Bissaka 6
Usually solid with one v one defensive situations but backed off Bernard for opener
Victor Lindelof 6
Solid enough but beaten by Calvert-Lewin as Everton worked a route one opening goal
Harry Maguire 8
Has recovered well for his form blip and put in another commanding performance
Scott McTominay 7
Physical presence in midfield, aggressive and increased United’s tackle count
Much maligned Brazilian was bright and aggressive, neat and tidy and had good tempo
Juan Mata 8
A surprise starter on right side but put in a decent shift as always
Bruno Fernandes 9
United’s heartbeat, superb header to equalise then added another to put his side ahead
Anthony Martial 6
Looked focused with clever movement, always trying to sniff out a chance
Marcus Rashford 6
Sharp and alert, pace on break a constant problem for Everton’s right flank
Tuanzebe 6 (for Shaw 67) Looked comfortable at left back and added power to United back line 6
Pogba (for Mata 81)
Cavani (for Martial 81)
Unused Subs: Henderson, James, Matic, van de Beek.
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