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Manchester United Ends 2021 With Impressive Victory
Manchester United moved higher to sixth in the Premier League all credit goes to a 3-1 win over stumbling Burnley at Old Trafford on Thursday to keep their undefeated opening under the temporary manager Ralf Rangnick.
Red’s striking player Cristiano Ronaldo scored the fourth goal in his last five Premier League matches to support his team to beat Burnley with a great margin of 3-1 on Thursday for its major win under the command of the recently employed boss Ralf Rangnick. Aaron Lennon stuck the bash air at Old Trafford near the ending of the opening half, offering Sean Dyche’s exhausted crew longing, but United especially headed a dull second period.
McTominay put his team in the front gear in the eighth minute after a rich goal from Ronaldo. Jadon Sancho then pushed an onwards for goal from Ben Mee who sidetracked the ball into his own net, creasing Manchester United’s pillow just before the half-hour spot.
Burnley, who had their last three matches delayed due to COVID-19 cases in their competitors, was struck by four positive cases of their own, including goalkeeper Nick Pope, while fundamental forward Maxwel Cornet was pulled out with injury.