Scott McTominay made history in the Premier League following Manchester United’s 6-2 thrashing of old foes Leeds United at Old Trafford on Sunday.
McTominay bagged a brace in the game and is the first player in Premier League history to score twice in the first three minutes of a match.
United are now unbeaten in their last 16 home league games against Leeds since a 0-1 loss in February 1981.
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United moved third, five points off leaders Liverpool with a game in hand, while Leeds are 14th in the league table, having conceded 30 goals in 14 games.
McTominay got United started with barely a minute on the clock with a low, long-range effort, and the midfielder got his second within three minutes with a neat finish inside the box.
Bruno Fernandes lashed United three ahead on 20 minutes through a narrow gap from 12 yards.
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Source: Complete Sports