Manchester - Manchester United were too strong for struggling Fulham as
they thrashed the relegation-threatened Cottagers 4-1 in Saturday's Premier
League clash at Old Trafford.
United hit the front in the 13th minute as Ashley Young hit
a stunner into the top corner beyond the goalkeeper after showing good skill.
It was one-way traffic and soon was 2-0 in the 28th minute
as Juan Mata showed composure to smash home from inside the area from Marcus
Rashford's low cross.
It appeared it could be a massacre at the Theatre of Dreams
as Jessie Lingard then turned provider for Romelu Lukaku to add a third just
before the break.
However, the away side showed character as they won a
penalty in the 67th minute which Aboubakar Kamara struck home beyond David de
Gea with a cool finish.
With that said, the Red Devils made their dominance count in
the clash when Rashford struck home in the 82nd minute beyond Sergio Rico at his
near post, though the goalkeeper may have felt he could have done better.
The result is a welcome return to winning ways to manager
Jose Mourinho's men, who have won just once in their last five EPL encounters.