Manchester United scored four goals in a devastating nine-minute second-half spell to defeat Dutch club AZ Alkmaar and top their Europa League group.
Mason Greenwood scored a brace as Manchester United’s final Europa League game against AZ Alkmaar went from listless dead rubber to thrashing in 11 minutes.
David De Gea conceded another howler just before half time to allow Chelsea to equalise through Marcos Alonso after Manchester United had taken the lead.
Manchester United had the better chances to win the East Lancs derby but will be counting the cost of taking a point from title-chasing Liverpool at Old Trafford after losing four players to injury.
MAN UNITED 2, READING 0 Ole Gunnar Solskjaer made it five straight wins as Manchester United’s interim manager following a far from straightforward victory at home to Reading in the third round of the Emirates FA Cup. As Solskjaer equalled Sir Matt Busby’s record for a best-ever start as manager, the Championship strugglers provided robust […]