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Fernandes leads Man Utd to record victory

7 Nov 2020
Everton v Manchester United - Premier League

Midfielder scores twice and sets up another to inspire a 3-1 comeback win at Everton

Bruno Fernandes struck twice as Manchester United came from behind to beat Everton 3-1 and earn a club record-equalling seventh successive Premier League away win.

Bernard gave Everton a 19th-minute lead with a smart low finish. But Man Utd levelled six minutes later when Fernandes headed in from Luke Shaw’s cross.

Lucas Digne hit a post before Fernandes put United in front on 32 minutes with a cross that eluded Marcus Rashford but went in off the far post.

Everton pushed hard for an equaliser but Harry Maguire denied Dominic Calvert-Lewin before Abdoulaye Doucoure shot over.

Man Utd substitute Edinson Cavani sealed victory on the counter in stoppage time with his first Premier League goal, sweeping home after Fernandes’ pass.

A third straight defeat leaves Everton sixth, three points ahead of United in 14th.

See: Everton report | Man Utd report

Budweiser King of the Match: Bruno Fernandes (MUN)

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Everton: 21 Nov v Fulham (A)
Man Utd: 21 Nov v West Brom (H)

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