Cristiano Ronaldo scored as Manchester United beat Burnley in Thursday night’s Premier League clash at Old Trafford.
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Cristiano Ronaldo was on target as Manchester United put Burnley to the sword at Old Trafford.
The Red Devils went into the game on a low after a disappointing draw with Newcastle in midweek. However, they found their shooting boots to consign Sean Dyche’s side to defeat.
United were abysmal against Newcastle in midweek, with Ralf Rangnick then deciding to ring the changes for the match with Burnley.
And his decisions paid off, with the Red Devils drastically improved.
Scott McTominay was the star of the show, particularly in the first half, with the Scotland international opening the scoring with a fine strike.
Ben Mee’s own goal then doubled United’s lead after good work from Jadon Sancho, with Ronaldo then netting his team’s third of the night.
Aaron Lennon pulled one back for the Clarets before the interval but the night belonged to United.
Express Sport will now take a look at four things we learned from the showdown.