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Jul 4, 2020 at 3pm UK
Man UtdManchester United
5-2
BournemouthBournemouth
Greenwood (29', 54'), Rashford (35' pen.), Martial (45+2'), Fernandes (59')
FT(HT: 3-1)
Stanislas (15'), King (49' pen.)
Lerma (31')
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Ole Gunnar Solskjaer claims Man Utd would have scored "six or seven" with fans

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The Red Devils are unbeaten in 16 games in all competitions.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer continues to be blown away by teenager Mason Greenwood – and believes Manchester United would have hit more than five past Bournemouth had the Old Trafford faithful been there.

The roaring Reds extended their unbeaten run in all competitions to a 16th match by walloping Eddie Howe’s relegation-threatened Cherries 5-2 in a thrilling clash played out in front of empty stands.

Junior Stanislas’ first of the season had given Bournemouth a shock lead at Old Trafford, only for Greenwood, Marcus Rashford and Anthony Martial to put the hosts in charge at the break.

“We know we’re in the Premier League and I think if you don’t get every detail right, you will find it difficult.

“I think the most disappointing goal for me is the first goal. I think we’ll look back at that as a key moment in the match.

“We had the lead and I haven’t seen the goal again but my gut feel is we didn’t deal with it anywhere near well enough.

“I think that changed the game in terms of momentum. I think the second goal was a harsh penalty to give against us. Third goal was an unbelievable finish.

“The really good thing is the beginning of the second half we came out with real intent, got back in the match. And the fourth goal probably knocked the stuffing out of us.”

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