Manchester United fired two late goals to fend off a tough Burnley side and clinch a 3-1 victory at Old Trafford.
James Tarkowski headed home an equaliser just moments after Mason Greenwood had put Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side in front.
United retook the lead after 84 minutes thanks to Greenwood’s shot which deflected off Jack Cork, while Edinson Cavani added a third.
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Mason Greenwood and Edinson Cavani both got onto the scoresheet to earn the hosts a win
United were made to work hard by a dogged Burnley who were level for most of the game
The Red Devils struggled to lay down their mark in the first-half and were unable to find the net
Chris Wood thought he had given Burnley the lead in the first-minute but was ruled offside
Mason Greenwood couldn’t get on the end of a glorious chance to put United 1-0 ahead
Greenwould make amends in the second half as he put United ahead in the opening minutes
Their lead didn’t last long as James Tarkowski beat Harry Maguire to head home an equaliser
Bruno Fernandes has an arguement with Burnley manager Sean Dyche in the second-half