Jadon Sancho and Marcus Rashford leave their mark in statement win. Erik ten Hag's Red Devils responded in a huge way at home with a win over Jurgen Klopp's Liverpool
For Manchester United, it was a day of revenge when Jadon Sancho and Marcus Rashford led the Red Devils to a 2-1 victory over Liverpool at Old Trafford.
Manchester United looked like an inspiring team after losing their first two games, putting the ball through the park in the first 20 minutes to take the lead with a mighty opening goal from Sancho.
The intensity against an injured Liverpool side who have yet to win a match this season could not be beaten as the Erik Ten Hag-led side scored at half-time.
Not wanting to be complacent, Ten Hag paid off when Anthony Martial replaced Anthony Elanga at half-time. Martial set up United's second goal in the 51st minute.
With this win, United finally started a 10-hug era three points behind the home fans, who were ruined before the game by Casemiro's presentation and the first goal from open play.
Liverpool, on the other hand, has been underwhelmed in every area of the pitch without a win in three games and will have to make a save after forgetting their performance at Old Trafford.
Trent Alexander-Arnold was targeted after receiving a yellow card for defeating Elanga and seemed like someone who would think twice about nearly every defensive challenge available.
When it comes to attitude, it's important to note that captain Harry Maguire and the Portuguese castaway Cristiano Ronaldo were dropped from the starting lineup.
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