Premier League News: See How the Premier League table looks like after Last Weekend Matches
Manchester United defeated Newcastle United 3-1 at Old Trafford to regain their second place on the premier league table. Marcus Rashford opened the scoring for United before Saint-Maximin equalised for the visitors. Second half goals from Daniel James and Bruno Fernandes sealed the three points for Manchester United.
Marcus Rashford goes level with David Beckham in goals scored for Manchester United.
Most goals scored for Manchester United in the Premier League era:
Rooney - 253
Giggs - 160
Scholes - 155
Van Nistelrooy - 150
Solskjaer - 126
Cole - 121
Ronaldo - 118
Rashford - 85
Cantona - 81
Daniel James has already equalled his Premier League goals tally from last season (3) after eight games. He has now scored in back-to-back games across all competitions. James now have the same amount of goals a Pogba this season and more than Pulisic and Ziyech combined.
Man United academy graduate, Shola Shoretire made his senior United debut for United in the premier league against Newcastle. Shola Shoretire becomes the sixth-youngest Manchester United player in history (17 years, 19 days). Shoretire replaced Marcus Rashford towards the closing minutes of the game.
When askedked if Shoretire and Diallo would start for Manchester United against Real Sociedad, Solskjaer said: " Probably not Shola and Amad, no. I am not sure if that would be fair on them. They will be in the squad. Donny, Edinson, Scott, I don't know, Maybe they will be available, I am not sure. I hope they will be."
This how the Premier League top six table now looks like after this weekend matches. Manchester City still leaders after defeating Arsenal 1-0 at the Emirates Stadium. Manchester United are second with 49 points, 10 points behind City and will play against 5th place Chelsea in their next premier league match.
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