Manchester United v Arsenal, 28 February 2016

Score3-2 to Manchester United
RefereeCraig Pawson
CompetitionPremier League
VenueOld Trafford
Attendance75,329
With this victory, Manchester United become the first-ever club to win 50 top division home matches against Arsenal. Kick-off: 2.05pm

Goals:

Marcus Rashford 29 G
Marcus Rashford 32 G
Ander Herrera 65 G

Goals:

Danny Welbeck 40 G
Mesut Özil 69 G

Starting lineup:

Goalkeeper David De Gea
Defender Marcos Rojo
Defender Guillermo Varela
Defender/Midfielder Daley Blind
Defender/Midfielder Morgan Schneiderlin
Midfielder Ander Herrera
Midfielder Michael Carrick
Midfielder Juan Mata
Midfielder/Forward Memphis Depay
Midfielder/Forward Jesse Lingard
Midfielder/Forward Marcus Rashford

Starting lineup:

Goalkeeper Petr Čech
Defender Nacho Monreal
Midfielder Francis Coquelin
Midfielder Mesut Özil
Midfielder Aaron Ramsey
Midfielder/Forward Alexis Sánchez
Midfielder/Forward Theo Walcott
Forward Danny Welbeck

Substitutions:

Tim Fosu-Mensah for Marcos Rojo 55
Adnan Januzaj for Marcus Rashford 80
James Weir for Ander Herrera 90

Substitutions:

Olivier Giroud for Theo Walcott 63
Mohamed El Neny for Francis Coquelin 70
Alex Iwobi for Danny Welbeck 83

Cards:

Guillermo Varela 9 Y
Michael Carrick 22 Y
Ander Herrera 72 Y
Adnan Januzaj 90 Y

Cards:

Aaron Ramsey 71 Y
Mohamed El Neny 73 Y
Mesut Özil 90 Y

On the bench:

Goalkeeper Sergio Romero
Defender/Midfielder Tim Fosu-Mensah
Defender/Midfielder Paddy McNair
Midfielder Andreas Pereira
Midfielder Adnan Januzaj
Midfielder Joe Riley
Midfielder James Weir

On the bench:

Goalkeeper David Ospina
Defender Per Mertesacker
Defender/Midfielder Kieran Gibbs
Midfielder Mohamed El Neny
Midfielder/Forward Joel Campbell
Midfielder/Forward Alex Iwobi
Forward Olivier Giroud

Comments:

League position: 5th At 18 years and 120 days, Marcus Rashford became the youngest-ever player to score two goals on his Premier League debut. The previous record holder was United's James Wilson against Hull City on 6 May 2014 at the age of 18 years and 156 days. United had now won consecutive home games in the Premier League for the first time since September 2015. The Premier League’s Goal Accreditation Panel ruled on the following: - Manchester United’s third goal against Arsenal on Sunday 28th February 2016 has been confirmed as an Ander Herrera goal. (Circular 18 – 11th March 2016)

Comments:

League position: 3rd Arsenal had now won three of their last ten matches in all competitions (lost three). The Gunners had now won only two of their last eight away games in the Premier League (lost three) following a run of 12 away games when they won ten.