Wayne Rooney's Old Trafford return spoilt by Antonio Valencia stunner

Wayne Rooney's Old Trafford return spoilt by Antonio Valencia stunner

- Manchester United sit joint top with Manchester City after 4 - 0 win over Everton

- Antonio Valencia gave Jose Mourinho's side the lead with a stunning fourth minute goal

- Henrikh Mhkitaryan, Romelu Lukaku, Anthony Martial scored in the final ten minutes

Three goals in the last ten minutes helped Jose Mournho's Manchester United to a 4 - 0 win over Everton in what was Wayne Rooney's return to the club.

Manchester United took the lead in the fourth minute via a stunning goal by Antonio Valencia which is sure to be a contender for the goal of the season.

Wayne Rooney's Old Trafford return spoilt by Antonio Valencia stunner

Valencia (far right) celebrates his goal. Photo: Squawka

The Ecuadorian volleyed in from outside the box after a poor clearance by Micheal Keane.

Wayne Rooney had the chance to equalize when he found himself with a shooting chance after a pull back from the right but the former England striker's effort was wide.

Wayne Rooney's Old Trafford return spoilt by Antonio Valencia stunner

Rooney's early effort went wide off the mark. Photo: Squawka

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Manchester United saw few chances to score in the second half but would run riot in the final ten minutes with three goals.

A mistake from Ashley Williams gave Lukaku the ball and he found Mhkitaryan in the box with the Armenian scoring in the 84th minute.

Wayne Rooney's Old Trafford return spoilt by Antonio Valencia stunner

Mkhitaryan slots past Pickford in goal. Photo: Squawka

Lukaku scored Manchester United's third goal after his free kick was initially blocked before somehow found its way back to his feet.

Wayne Rooney's Old Trafford return spoilt by Antonio Valencia stunner

The Belgian celebrates his goal against his former employers. Photo: Squawka

Substitute Anthony Martial would score the fourth via the penalty spot after former United player Morgan Schneiderlin was adjudged to have handled the ball in the box when his country man dribbled past him.

Jose Mourinho's men now sit joint top pf the table with Manchester City after five games with 13 points.

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Source: Yen.com.gh

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