Arsenal 1 United 3

Premier League | Emirates Stadium | Attendance: 59,547 | Scorers: Lacazette 49; Valencia 4, Lingard 11, 63
Manchester United claimed a first Premier League win for three years over Arsenal at the Emirates Stadium on Saturday tea-time in an enthralling encounter which featured great goals, a red card and a David De Gea masterclass.

Man of the Match: Young

Ashley Young has been voted Manchester United’s Man of the Match by fans on Twitter after his impressive two-goal display in Tuesday’s thrilling 4-2 triumph over Watford.

Watford 2 United 4

Premier League / Vicarage Road / Attendance: 20,552 / Scorers: Young 19, 25, Martial 32, Lingard 86; Deeney pen. 77, Doucoure 84
Manchester United netted four goals on the road - including two in six minutes from Ashley Young - to see off Watford and keep the pressure on rivals Manchester City.
Anthony Martial's fine first-half finish made it 3-0 for half-time and Jessie Lingard's stunning second-half solo goal ensured the Reds shrugged off an attempted comeback from the Hornets.

United 1 Brighton 0

Premier League | 25 November 2017 | Old Trafford | Attendance: 75,018 | Scorer: Dunk o.g. 66.
Ashley Young's deflected effort, which will probably go down as an own goal by Lewis Dunk, was enough for Manchester United to secure a vital, but hard-fought 1-0 win over a dogged Brighton at Old Trafford.

Lindelof sparks United career

There are often turning points, single moments in a match, when fans look back and think ‘that kickstarted his career’.
The Old Trafford faithful possibly witnessed that exact moment on Saturday when Victor Lindelof arrived – in more ways than one – with a crunching, but fair, challenge on Anthony Knockaert which seemed to help inspire the Reds to defeat Brighton.

Report: Basel 1 United 0

Champions League Group A | 22 November 2017 | St. Jakob-Park | Attendance: 36,000 | Scorer: Lang 89
Jose Mourinho warned Basel would be forced to go on the offensive if CSKA Moscow won the earlier Group A game and he was proved correct as, after being bossed for much of the first half, the Swiss side carried the greater threat and grabbed a late winner.