- Manchester United outclassed CSKA Moscow in their Champions League group A clash
- In-form striker Romelu Lukaku got a first half brace while Anthony Martial and Henrik Mkhitaryan got one apiece
- The Red Devils sit top of group A with six points from two matches
Premier League giants Manchester United thrashed Russian side CSKA Moscow 4-1 in a Champions League matchday two away tie.
Romelu Lukaku got the lead for the host as he bullied the CSKA defender before nodding into the bottom corner just four minutes into the game.
It was too easy for United as Mkhitaryan was felled in the box eighteen, coincidentally in the eighteenth minute of the game, Martial was never going to miss from the spot, as he took the score to 2-0.
Lukaku added another goal to his tally for the night when Berezutski made a hash of a clearance and Lukaku taps in from a matter of yards taking the scoreline to 3-0.
Taking his goal tally for Manchester United to 10 goals in nine matches.
Superb Henrikh Mkhitaryan finally got on the score-sheet in the 60th minute to crown up a brilliant performance by the Armenian midfielder.
The hosts finally got the much desired consolation goal for their home fans as Aleksandr Golovin put a cross into the box and finds Konstantin Kuchaev, who latched on to it and strikes the ball into the middle of the net. He makes it 1:4.
In other Wednesday match-day 2 fixtures PSG thrashed former Champions League winners Bayern Munich 3-0, Barcelona defeated Sporting Lisbon 0-1 in a tough away game, while Chelsea proved to be the real comeback kings as they came from a goal behind to stun Atletico Madrid 1-2.
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