Yet another wonderful display by United who started off well, dominating the game for a few minutes but the look of the games changed completely as Villa took charge.
But that did not last long, they gave away the ball easily and Ole’s men who were calm and composed made some threatening moves in the opposition’s box.
Bruno who was fouled by Konsa, gave United a breakthrough after VAR gave a penalty in their favour.
Our wonder boy Greenwood scored yet again, 22 yards away from the goal he moves it away from Douglas Luiz to his right foot and simply blasted it past Reina.
The dreamy duo (Pogba x Bruno) are rather getting on well, Bruno dragged the corner ball back to Pogba edging pass the D line who converted it into an outstanding goal from the outside of the box.
Manchester United broke a couple of records after they won with 3 goal margin against Aston Villa yesterday night.
Here are all the records that were broken by Ole Gunnar’s men.
The Reds became the first in the division’s history to win four successive matches by a margin of three goals or more as they extended their unbeaten run to 17 games in all competitions.
Yesterday’s penalty was incredibly United’s 13th in the league this season, and no team has ever been awarded that many penalties in a Premier League campaign before.
Mason Greenwood is the second teenager to score in three consecutive PL appearances for United after Wayner Rooney in 2005
No player has scored more PL goals from outside the box than Mason Greenwood this season (4).
David De Gea played his 399th game breaking the record of most number of games played by an over seas player for Man Utd. (which was previously held by Peter Schmeichel)