Manchester United drift into top five after 2-0 victory over Burnley at Turf Moor on Saturday. Ole Gunner Solkjaer side earn forth win in six Premier League games to stay in fifth position with one point behind London side Chelsea.

Manchester United controlled the first half and went ahead just before the break as Anthony Martial capitalised on Charlie Taylor’s error before calmly turning home (44).

Burnley didn’t register a shot on target until after the hour mark, eventually came into the game, but David de Gea did well to save Phil Bardsley’s effort, and Marcus Rashford wrapped it up with a messy finish in stoppage time (90+5) as United claimed their first clean sheet in three-and-a-half months.

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