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Marcus Rashford sends Federico Fernandez back to Argentina with naughty turn

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Manchester United recorded a second 4-0 victory in as many weeks against Swansea City on Saturday to match their win over West Ham last weekend.

Swansea defended valiantly throughout the first 45 minutes, but United's dominance eventually paid dividends when they broke the deadlock in stoppage time.

When Lukasz Fabianksi palmed Paul Pogba's header onto the bar, Eric Bailly reacted quickest to prod it home.

Chances were few and far between after the break but when a clear-cut opportunity finally presented itself to Romelu Lukaku, he made no mistake.

Henrikh Mkhitaryan put the Belgian through one-on-one with Fabianski in the 80th minute to provide a typically clinical finish.

Then the floodgates opened. Ninety seconds later, Mkhitaryan was once again the provider for Pogba, who produced a lovely chip over the hapless Fabianski.

And in the 84th minute, Pogba fed substitute Anthony Martial to cut inside and find the bottom-right corner.

Swansea City v Manchester United - Premier League

Jose Mourinho may well point to his substitutions in the 75th minute as the turning point, with Anthony Martial and Marouane Fellaini replacing Marcus Rashford and Juan Mata at 1-0.

Rashford - who was booed by the Swansea fans - once again impressed for United, with one moment encapsulating just how talented he is.

In the video below, Rashford receives the ball from Daley Blind and produces a sublime turn to completely dumfound Federico Fernandez. Check it out.

RASHFORD SENDS FERNANDEZ BACK TO ARGENTINA

Naughty. United fans want Mourinho to spend on another winger this summer, but Rashford is quickly proving they don't need one.

A striker by trade, the 19-year-old offers unlimited pace and energy down the left channel, not to mention a vast skill set.

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