Manchester United ran riot during the first-half of their exciting Premier League clash against bitter rivals Leeds United.
Two early goals inside the first three-minutes from midfielder Scott McTominay set the tone for the remainder of the first 45-minutes.
Just 17-minutes later, midfield partner Bruno Fernandes smashed home a third before centre-back Victor Lindelof added a fourth just before the break.
During the first-half a clip has emerged which shows how a simple flick from Fernandes in the centre of the park carved Leeds United wide-open, not once, but twice
Both occasions led to clear-cut United chances with one for Marcus Rashford and the other being Fernandes’ goal.
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