Marcus Rashford came was the hero for Manchester United on Saturday as he came off the bench to score a 92nd-minute winner as Jose Mourinho's men came from behind to beat Bournemouth 2-1 at the Vitality Stadium in the day's early kickoff.

As has been the case in recent weeks, United made a slow start to the match and fell behind after only 11 minutes when Callum Wilson broke the deadlock for the high-flying hosts.

However, Anthony Martial levelled things up before half time and Rashford secured all three points late on as United moved level on points with the Cherries in the Premier League table.

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Begovic denied Jesse Lingard before the decisive goal, which came in the second minute of injury time when Rashford collected Pogba's cross and kept his composure in the area before firing it home from close range.

It was harsh on the hosts - who would have climbed into the top four with a victory - as they fell to their first home defeat of the season, while United have now won back-to-back games for the first time since mid-September.

Mourinho's side now face a difficult week ahead of them, taking on Juventus in Turin before the Manchester derby against champions City at the Etihad Stadium next weekend.

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