Veteran striker Edinson Cavani inspired Manchester United to an incredible comeback against Southampton in their Sunday fixture.
The Uruguayan came off the bench to replace youngster Mason Greenwood before converting two headers which ensured a solid win at St. Mary’s Stadium.
Southampton’s James Ward-Prowse was the pain for the visitors as he provided one assist and curling home a free kick to give the host an early 2-0 advantage.
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Bednarek gave Southampton the lead in the 23rd minute when he headed home a James Ward-Prowse before the assist provider turned into a goal scorer ten minutes later.
Goalkeeper De Gea picked up an injury and was replaced by Dean Henderson and so was Cavani brought in who linked up with Bruno Fernandes who netted the opener for the Red Devils in the 59th minute.
The former PSG man turned a deflected ball into the net thanks to a header in the 74th minute and completing a three goal rout with a perfectly placed header deep in the extra time.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer side now stand in position seven with 16 points from nine matches played as Southampton stand a point above them at position five.