Man United see off Burnley
Saturday’s late Premier League kick-off saw Manchester United travel to Burnley.
The Red Devils do not have the best away record in the league this term, and often struggle against teams below them in the table, which Burnley are.
However, the Manchester powerhouse dominated proceedings at Turf Moor, and eventually emerged with a 2-0 victory.
Anthony Martial opened the scoring for Man United just before the interval.
Marcus Rashford then ensured all three points would be heading back to Manchester, adding United’s second five minutes into second-half injury time.
That victory put Man United up to 5th in the Premier League, one point behind 4th placed Chelsea, who are in action on Sunday against Arsenal.
Highlights: Burnley 0-Manchester United 2
OGS on McTominay
Scott McTominay would be absent for United’s victory over the Clarets, after the midfielder picked up an injury vs Newcastle earlier this week.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has since provided an update on the time frame that McTominay may be out for.
OGS stated that he doesn’t expect the Scotsman back in the next couple of weeks, with the Norwegian claiming that it may be the case that McTominay is out for three or four weeks:
“I wouldn’t expect him to be back in the next couple of weeks. I don’t think we’ll see him.
“He has proven before that if you give him three weeks he’s back in two! So, I don’t know. It might be three or four weeks. We’ve just got to find a way through it.” As quoted by Sky Sports News.