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Premier League / Matchday 9
Goodison Park / 17.10.2015
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Tom Adams
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Tom Adams
Updated 17/10/2015 at 15:54 GMT
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All over then at Goodison Park. United simply far too good on the day. Utterly dominant. They recover from their 3-0 defeat at Arsenal a fortnight ago.
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We are into three minutes of time added on. Referee can blow any time now.
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Martial is held up in the Everton area by Barry. United look like they will end the match in the home half of the pitch.
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Roney going to throw over a corner, but just works it short as United again opt to keep the ball. Under little or no pressure. Bad day at the office really for Everton.
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The visiting fans enjoying their day out a lot more than the trip to the Emirates. Highly professional from United.
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On 31 October 1998 Man United won 4-1 at Everton, their biggest win at Goodison Park in the Premier League era. United need one more goal to equal the biggest away winning margin v Everton: 6-2 on Boxing Day 1977.
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United happy to keep the ball as more and more blue seats can be seen. This one was all over at the break really.
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Off goes Ander Herrera with Fellaini replacing his United team-mate for the closing moments.
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Barkley takes a tumble under pressure from Schneiderlin. Free-kick chance from 22 yards or so. Barkley sends a shot dipping a few yards over the bar.
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Schneiderlin with his first goal for United here. He has been excellent in the midfield area for Louis van Gaal's side.
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Stones doing well to get the ball behind before Howard denies Martial. Everton being opened up far too easily.
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Real damage limitation for Everton. Chance for Lingard to add the fourth from a failed Stones clearance, but he thumps his effort well wide.
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Change too for United with Carrick arriving to take over from Schweinsteiger, who has looked far better alongside Schneiderlin today.
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Deulofeu on for Lennon as Everton look to get off this pitch without suffering any more damage.
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Lukaku is booked for a furious reaction in slamming the ball to the deck after a foul on Herrera. Frustrating day for Roberto Martinez's side.