Sheffield United 2-3 Man Utd: Marcus Rashford scores twice as winning away run continues

Marcus Rashford scored twice as Manchester United came from behind again to win 3-2 at Sheffield United and extend their Premier League away winning run to 10 games.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side have become the first side to win six successive away games after conceding first in a single Premier League season and it came after an unhappy start to life back on the Bramall Lane pitch for Dean Henderson.

The goalkeeper was named in the Man Utd starting XI against the side he had spent the last two seasons on loan with and gifted Sheffield United an early opener (5). He was caught in possession by Oliver Burke, with David McGoldrick slotting home into an empty net.

But with their history this season, a Man Utd comeback was likely as Rashford scored a stunning equaliser (26), before Anthony Martial (33) rounded Aaron Ramsdale to put the visitors ahead at the break with his first league goal of the season.

Rashford (51) - who was awarded the FIFA Fair Play award before the game for his work to end child poverty - finished a wonderful team goal shortly after the break and McGoldrick (87) made it a nervy finish late on as he headed home his second of the game.


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