Manchester United returned to winning ways as they triumphed 4-1 at Newcastle on Saturday evening.
The Red Devils looked to have missed their golden chance to win the game in the second half as Bruno Fernandes saw his penalty saved by Karl Darlow.
However, three fantastic moves in the final ten minutes saw Fernandes make amends before Aaron Wan-Bissaka and Marcus Rashford sealed victory.
Newcastle got off to the perfect start when Callum Wilson turned on halfway and fed Allan Saint-Maximin down the left, and he released Jonjo Shelvey inside him.
The midfielder shifted it on to full-back Emil Krafth, whose cross was turned past keeper David De Gea by Luke Shaw for an own goal with less than two minutes gone.
Fernandes thought he had levelled with a rasping 19th-minute finish after playing a neat give-and-go with James, only for the goal to be ruled out for offside after a VAR review.
However, United were back on terms four minutes later when Harry Maguire met Juan Mata’s corner with an unstoppable header to make it 1-1.
Saint-Maximin at one end and Aaron Wan-Bissaka and Marcus Rashford at the other all went close as the game continued apace, but the sides went in at the break level.
Having been denied an equaliser before half time by VAR, the visitors were handed a chance to level from the penalty spot after Jamal Lewis’ challenge on Rashford was reviewed.
But Darlow dived to his right to save Fernandes’ 58th-minute penalty.
This was the first time the Portuguese midfielder – known for scoring from 12 yards – has failed to convert from the spot for United.
Nevertheless, Fernandes made amends with a superb 86th-minute finish after a flowing attack.
Aaron Wan-Bissaka made it three in stoppage time with an emphatic strike before Marcus Rashford scored to put the final score at 4-1.