Palace lose seven consecutive matches, hammered 4-0 by United

Rosalie Stanley
October 1, 2017

Manchester United ended the first half with two goals from Romelu Lukaku and Marcus Rashford. That record is now extended to seven matches.

That buoyed United, with Chris Smalling heading inches wide and Hennessey making a good save from Rashford at his near post as a demoralised Palace side went into the break two behind.

Mourinho's claim that he could not afford to rest Lukaku until Zlatan Ibrahimovic is fit and available may have come as a blow to Marcus Rashford, who harbours hopes of eventually playing through the middle for Manchester United.

The goal was born from a header near Marouane Fellaini who stood two meters in front of goal as he grabbed a pass from Rashford's free kick.

He's done it again!

Lukaku had a quiet outing, but should have scored when he took advantage of an advantage from referee Mike Dean to run into the area and send a left-footed strike inches wide when he appeared destined to find the far corner. Intelligent breakthrough bait from Herrera forwarded Martial through his crossing into the goal mouth.

"We've created a lot of chances, scored goals, and we need to keep that level".

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"There is a long time to go", he added when asked about Palace's plight.

With big money signings such as Paul Pogba and Nemanja Matic claiming numerous plaudits in midfield for a United team who have claimed 19 points from a possible 21 to sit joint-top of the fledgling table, Fellaini has quietly become a key piece of Mourinho's team. Score 4-0. Game over.

Jose Mourinho says that Manchester United's 4-0 win over Crystal Palace was a bigger scoreline than their performance deserved.

The Red Devils have set a Premier League record for most games without ever losing to a single opponent.

Palace remain rock bottom of the table on zero points, and the Eagles are now without a single goal in their opening seven Premier League matches of the 2017-18 campaign.

The next 30 minutes of the match was a battle of chances between United's Mkhitaryan and Palace's Sako - with both players so close to converting chances multiple times, but just failing to find the back of the net.

In fact, they led after only three minutes when Rashford, who replaced Anthony Martial in the line-up, beat Joel Ward with some excellent skill before setting up Mata - another of those recalled - on the Spaniard's 200th Premier League appearance.

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