Manchester United beat Hull City at the KCOM Stadium on Saturday evening after Marcus Rashford, who replaced Juan Mata in the 71st minute of the match scoring at the death to take all three points and head into the international break with a 100% record so far this season. United had nearly 62% possession and was the better side for the majority of the match. Hull seemed to be good at playing behind the ball, desperately defending everything United were throwing at them. United had 29 shots on goal; nine on target, 12 off target and eight of them blocked. United was the better side and looked to be getting to grips with the ways of Mourinho, which seems to have brought the best out of the players thus far, despite the frustrating display today. Marcus Rashford dropped by England manager Sam Allardyce with him dropping down to the England U21’s seems to have thrown an egg towards the new manager, aiming for his face. This one could be embarrassing for the one the FA thought was the right man for the job.
Goals: Marcus Rashford 90+2′
Assists: Wayne Rooney 90+2′
Manchester United: De Gea; Valencia, Bailly, Blind, Shaw; Fellaini, Pogba; Mata (Rashford 71′), Rooney (Smalling 90+4′), Martial (Mkhitaryan 60′); Ibrahimovic
Substitutes Not Used: Romero; Young, Herrera, Schneiderlin
Bookings: Marouane Fellaini 23′, Wayne Rooney 76′, Marcus Rashford 90+3′