Manchester United kept up their 100% Old Trafford record on Sunday afternoon, thanks to a victory against a resilient Everton side. Jose Mourinho’s men kept plugging away, and finally ran out 4-0 winners with another flurry of late goals.
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Manchester United Football Club are keeping pace with City at the top of the table, thanks to a 4-0 victory over Everton at the Theatre of Dreams. The Red Devils started brightly, went through a lull in the middle of the match before finishing supremely strongly and taking the game to The Toffees.
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