The Red Devils continue to give their all in every match the play against any team, no matter how giant or difficult that team is or can be.
Manchester United on Sunday evening went against all odds to prove, they capable of winning the 2020/2021 English Premier League. They have been unstoppable and were so outstanding in today's match against Burnley.
Ole's men lacked a bit of luck in the first part of the game but immediately the second half resumed, Marcus Rashford provided a fantastic assist to Mason Greenwood in his 48th strike to help United open the scoreboard.
Manchester United were not fortunate enough as Burnley responded very fast on the 50th minute to equalize the score. It took Manchester United about a half of an hour since their first goal to make it 2-1 in the same half.
Substitute Edinson Cavani did all what he could and finally added a third for the Red Devils on the 90+3 minute to end the game in a 3-1 score.
But this was the second time Manchester United have been able to score three goals in the second half to win a match. The first happened in a premier league game against Tottenham Hostpur, of which the game also ended in a 3-1 score.
League leaders Manchester City are currently leading with 74 points 8 points ahead of second place team Manchester United with 66 points.
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