Manchester United continuing their positive start in the season as Jose Mourinho’s men advanced into the next stage of EFL (Carabao) Cup after a comfortable victory over lower league side, Burton Albion.
Resting some of their important players didn’t stop Man United from dominating that tie as young English international, Marcus Rashford showcasing his talent by netting two opening goals for his side.
Jesse Lingard practically ended the contest with his goal on 36 minutes, giving Mourinho’s boys a 3-0 lead going into half time break.
In the second period, The Red Devils added one more goal from their French talent, Anthony Martial, whereas Burton also managed to snatch a consolation goal through Llyod Dyer in stoppage time.
Meanwhile, Chelsea also got themselves a big win in the same competition as they demolished Nottingham Forest 5-1 at Stamford Bridge.
Keen on redeeming themselves over a slightly disappointing goalless draw against Arsenal this past weekend, The Blues put on an aggressive display since kick off.
Youngster, Kennedy opened the scoring for Antonio Conte’s men with his effort after just 13 minutes of play.
Belgium international, Michy Batshuayi, proved he still got a good goal scoring touch after bagging a hat-trick in that game.
Another Blues’ goal was netted by Charly Musonda, while Forest’s consolation arrived late in the game courtesy of Tenday Darikwa.