Manchester United 3-1 Bournemouth as Rooney, Rashford and Young had all goals on target in routine win for Manchester United with 3-1 against AFC Bournemouth in the Premier League on Tuesday the 17th of May 2016.
Manchester United played against AFC Bournemouth in the rearranged premier league fixture on Tuesday night, 17th May 2016 and as expected the lowest crowd at Old Trafford for quite sometime. United took a while to get going into the opening half but dominated the possession and never really gave Bournemouth a chance to attack. They broke the deadlock at the stroke of halftime when Anthony Martial squared a nice ball in the box which was converted by Rooney. Rashford and Young scored goal a piece in second half to make it 3-0 and at the 90+3′ of Extra time Smalling scored an Own Goal making it 3 – 1 at the last three extra minutes at the end of the 90 minutes the Manchester United Player Smalling scored an Own Goal comprehensive win for United 3-1.
Manchester United 3-1 AFC Bournemouth – Match Highlights
- 43′ 1 – 0 Wayne Rooney scored after some neat one two by Martial and a squared ball which was poked home by Rooney
- 75′ 2 – 0 Marcus Rashford scored with a superb finish to make it 2-0
- 87′ 3 – 0 Ashley Young came on as second half sub to complete 3-0 comprehansive win as United concluded the season in 5th place only behind City on goal difference.
- 90+3′ 3 – 1 Smalling (Own Goal) at the last three extra minutes at the end of the 90 minutes the Manchester United Player Smalling scored an Own Goal.
Manchester United ended their Premier League campaign with a 3-1 win at home to Bournemouth. It’s a winning finale to Manchester United’s season at Old Trafford. Rooney, Rashford and Young scored for the hosts, although De Gea misses out on sharing the Golden Glove with Petr Cech for the most clean sheets due to Bournemouth scoring right at the death.
A comfortable three points for the Red Devils, meaning they finish in fifth place in the Premier League. They are certain to be in the group stage of the Europa League next season, while they still have an FA Cup final to come on Saturday, too.
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