3 things we learned as Manchester United destroyed Leeds United 6-2
Manchester United recorded a 6-2 win against Leeds United in a Premier League encounter played at Old Trafford on Sunday, December 20th.
Scott McTominay scored twice early to give Manchester United a two-goal cushion.
Bruno Fernandes added a third, Victor Nilsson Lindeloef with the fourth.
Leeds United pulled one back through Liam Cooper just before the halftime break.
Daniel James scored the fifth, Bruno Fernandes converted a penalty for the sixth and his second of the game.
Stuart Dallas then scored the second for Leeds United but it was to late.
Here are three things we learned from the game.
This is the first time a club team managed by Marcelo Bielsa has conceded six goals in any competitive match since his Newell’s Old Boys side lost 0-6 to San Lorenzo in the Copa Libertadores in February 1992.
Bruno Fernandes has been directly involved in 28 goals in 27 Premier League appearances
Scott McTominay is the first player in Premier League history to score twice in the first three minutes of a match