Manchester United have moved into fourth spot in the English Premier League after securing a 5-2 win over Bournemouth.
Bournemouth took the lead after 15 minutes of play when Junior Stanislas brilliantly nutmegged Harry Maguire before firing past David De Gea.
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United fired back in 29 minutes through Mason Greenwood’s powerful finish.
Ole Gunnar Solskjær’s side took the lead from Marcus Rashford’s spot-kick after Adam Smith’s handball, before Anthony Martial made it 3-1 with a sensational strike in off the crossbar just before half-time.
King scored a penalty to give AFC Bournemouth a lifeline shortly after the break when substitute Eric Bailly handled the ball.
But Greenwood scored with a spectacular effort on 54 minutes before Bruno Fernandes netted with a free-kick just before the hour mark.
Manchester United move one point above Chelsea into fourth place, before the Blues host Watford on Saturday evening.