Substitute striker Antony Martial scored on his first game as a Manchester United player as his team manager to beat Liverpool 3-1 and move to second place in the English Soccer Premier League table, Just behind their biggest rivals and current leaders, Manchester City.

Manchester United dominatem the game and proved that they are in the better form than Liverpool, by beating them on the Old Trafford. Dutch defender Daley Blind gave the hosts the lead just after start of the second half of the game, before Ander Herrera was fauled in the box and referee decided to give Manchester United a penalty shot.

Herrera made it 2-0 and everyone thought that it is the end of the game. Christian Benteke scored a brillant goal, but then United’s debutant Anthony Martial restored two goal lead with the great individual goal.

The biggest surprise was that David De Gea returnem to the United’s starting line-up, but it was Anthony Martial, who was scored a great debut goal for his new club. Manchester United moved to the second place just behind the Manchester City, who maintaned to keep 100 percent winning rating as they won against Crystal Palace earlier in the day. Louis van Gaal decided to start De Gea for the first time this season, but Wayne Rooney was absent through leg injury and Dutch coach named Marouane Fellaini to take a front position, choosing to keep Anthony Martial on bench.

Liverpool coach Brendan Rodgers decided to play in defense way and allow Manchester United to keep the ball and create chances near the goal. The visitors looked nervy on the ball and they couldn’t organise their game. Fellaini couldn’t find a way to beat Simon Mignolet and it was 0-0 after the first half.

The game sparked into life at the start of the second half when Blind get the perfect pass from Juan Mata and found the way to the net with the super first-time strike that flew into the left corner. Then Ander Herrera made it 2-0 from the penalty spot, but Christian Benteke answered with the beautiful shot.

Finally it was Martial who stole the show with the great individual action and the game ended 3-1 for Manchester United.

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