Wednesday's Uefa Champions League saw Manchester United beat Cska Moscow 1-4 at VEB Arena, according to Evening Standard. Goals from Romelu Lukaku (4', 26'), Anthony Martial (18') and Henrikh Mkhitaryan (57') ensured Manchester United maintained their perfect record in Group A of the Champions League. José Mourinho's side was mostly dominant in the early minutes of the encounter as they scored two goals in the opening eighteen minutes. However, it was substituted Konstantin Kuchaev that scored the only goal for CSKA Moscow in stoppage time. With this victory, Manchester United leads the group with six points, while CSKA Moscow is third with three points.

Here's the recap of the match.

CSKA Moscow outlook

Starting XI and individual performance points: Goalkeeper - Igor Akinfeev (6.85). Defender - Sergei Ignashevich (six points), Vasili Berezutski (5.37), Viktor Vasin (six points). Midfielder - Pontus Wernbloom (six points), Mario Fernandes (6.80), Aleksandr Golovin (6.81), Alan Dzagoev (6.25), Georgy Schennikov (5.43). Forward - Vitinho (6.42), Fedor Chalov (6.13). Used substitutes - Georgi Milanov (six points), Timur Zhamaletdinov (six points), Konstantin Kuchaev (seven points).

Team's strength and weakness: Viktor Goncharenko's side created few chances in front of goal through individual efforts and short passes. They were weak at scoring and committed several individual fumbles especially in the defense

Style of play: CSKA Moscow largely operated through the middle and favored short passes and long shot situations.

Manchester United outlook

Starting XI and individual performance points: Goalkeeper - David de Gea (7.12). Defender - Victor Lindelöf (6.76), Chris Smalling (6.82), Eric Bailly (6.60), Ashley Young (6.89), Daley Blind (7.11). Midfielder - Nemanja Matic (7.30), Ander Herrera (7.43), Henrikh Mkhitaryan (8.10), Anthony Martial (9.80).

Forward - Romelu Lukaku (9.32). Used substitutes - Matteo Darmian (6.19), Jesse Lingard (6.20), Marcus Rashford (5.68).

Team's strength and weakness: Manchester United often stole the ball from CSKA Moscow players and created goal scoring opportunities through the flanks, through balls and long thrusts. United attackers were solid in front of goal.

However, their defense were aggressive in tackling.

Style of play: José Mourinho's side held more possession on CSKA's half, favored long passes and through balls. United largely launched attacks from the middle.

Man of the Match

Anthony Martial's contribution in the attack was significant to Manchester United's triumph. The Frenchman provided two assists and scored a goal. Overall, he completed a total of sixty-one touches.

Upcoming fixtures in Group A

Manchester United will face Benfica on the road on Wednesday, October 18. The same night, CSKA Moscow will once again welcome FC Basel 1893.