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McTominay and Fernandes inspire thrilling Man Utd win

McTominay and Fernandes inspire thrilling Man Utd win

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Scott McTominay scored the earliest double in Premier League history as Manchester United earned a thrilling 6-2 victory over Leeds United at Old Trafford.   McTominay drilled in a superb opener from Bruno Fernandes's pass before finishing Anthony Martial's through-ball to put Man Utd two up inside three minutes. Fernandes then started and finished a slick move to make it three, before Victor Lindelof made it 4-0 in the 47th minute after Martial flicked Luke Shaw's 37th-minute corner into his path. Liam Cooper pulled a goal back three minutes before the break and it took a splendid save David De Gea in the home goal to push away Raphinha's first-time volley on 50 minutes. But any hopes of a fightback by Leeds were dashed on 66 minutes when McTominay tu...
GW12 Captains: Fernandes and De Bruyne head-to-head

GW12 Captains: Fernandes and De Bruyne head-to-head

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                                                  Kevin De Bruyne in action wo of the most in-form players in Fantasy Premier League, Bruno Fernandes (£10.9m) and Kevin De Bruyne (£11.8m), go head-to-head at Old Trafford in Gameweek 12. Manchester United’s Fernandes has four goals, three assists and 44 points in the last four Gameweeks. Fernandes created 16 chances during that period, more than any other player in FPL. And he also produced 16 shots, second only to the 18 of De Bruyne. Back De Bruyne? Manchester City’s Belgian looks back to his very best, having recorded two double-figure hauls in a row against Burnley and Fulham. Twenty-four of De Bruyne’s 53 points this season have come in the last two Gameweeks. Dominic Calvert-Lewin (£8.0m) and Timo Werner (£9....
Manchester United does it again

Manchester United does it again

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    Man Utd rally to spoil West Ham fans' return Manchester United came from behind for the fifth time in a row this season to beat West Ham United and deny the Hammers fans a perfect return to their stadium. In front of home support for the first time since 29 February, West Ham started brightly and the pressure paid off on 38 minutes. Three minutes after Pablo Fornals had struck a post, Tomas Soucek poked in Declan Rice's flick. The half-time introduction of Bruno Fernandes turned the match, as he passed to Paul Pogba who struck a superb equaliser on 65 minutes. Three minutes later, Mason Greenwood rifled Man Utd ahead, before another half-time substitute, Marcus Rashford sealed a ninth successive away PL win. Man Utd rise to fourth on 19 poi...