Midweek's Efl Cup saw Manchester United beat Championship side Burton 4-1 at Old Trafford. Marcus Rashford scored twice in the 5th and 17th minutes respectively before Jesse Lingard (36') and Anthony Martial (60') increased the scoreline and ultimately secured Manchester United passage to the next round of the competition. Despite making nine changes in the game, Nigel Clough's side couldn't curtail the Red Devil's pressure but managed to register a goal in the second half thanks to Lloyd Dyer's stoppage-time consolation. Following this victory, Manchester United will face Swansea on the road in the fourth round. Here's the recap of the match.

Manchester United outlook

Starting XI and individual performance points: Goalkeeper - Sergio Romero (7.21). Defender - Matteo Darmian (7.65), Victor Lindelöf (6.68), Chris Smalling (seven points), Daley Blind (7.02). Midfielder - Ander Herrera (7.56), Michael Carrick (6.87), Jesse Lingard (8.15), Juan Mata (7.80), Anthony Martial (9.86). Forward - Marcus Rashford (10.00). Used substitutes - Joel Pereira (five points), Luke Shaw (6.27), Scott McTominay (six points).

Team's strength and weakness: José Mourinho's men often stole possession from Burton players and went on to create goal scoring opportunities through individual efforts, through balls, long and short passes. They were good at finishing but gave away several free kicks within their half.

Style of play: United often held more possession on Burton's half.

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They played short and long passes with space.

Burton outlook

Starting XI and individual performance points: Goalkeeper - Connor Ripley (6.57). Defender - Matthew Lund (5.42), Ben Turner (5.87), Tom Naylor (5.71), Tom Flanagan (6.33), Lloyd Dyer (7.17). Midfielder - Hope Akpan (six points), Matthew Palmer (6.25), Jamie Allen (5.88). Forward - Joe Mason (6.85), Luke Varney (6.72). Used substitutes - Lucas Akins (six points), Luke Murphy (6.40), Stephen Warnock (6.75).

Team's strength and weakness: Burton created few chances in front of goal and continually lost possession to Manchester United. They were too aggressive in their tackles and gave away lots of free-kicks within their box. Also, they committed several individual stumbles.

Style of play: Nigel Clough's men played with width and favored long-range shots

Man of the Match

Marcus Rashford did extremely well for Manchester United. The England international scored twice and provided an assist. Overall, He completed seventy-five touches.