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Manchester United win first away game since February

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Manchester United won a Premier League away game 3-1 for the first time since February and would have beaten Norwich by more goals if not for two Tim Krul penalty saves.

Manchester United’s two first-half goals also came moments after outstanding Krul stops.

Scott McTominay slammed home the opener seconds after a stunning reaction save from the Canaries keeper to deny Anthony Martial from close range.

According to BBC, the video assistant referee (VAR) then controversially awarded United a penalty for a Ben Godfrey foul on Daniel James – with Krul stopping Marcus Rashford’s kick.

But Rashford scored with United’s next attack as he was left in acres of space by the Norwich defence.



United – who move up to seventh in the Premier league – were awarded a second penalty by VAR for a Todd Cantwell handball. This time Martial took it and went the other way, and again Krul guessed correctly.

The Canaries, who remain in the relegation zone, had a couple of chances but United wrapped the game up when Martial clipped the ball over Krul after a good passing move with Rashford.

Norwich scored a late consolation through substitute Onel Hernandez, who took the ball off McTominay before running at United’s defence and shooting past David de Gea to becoming the first Cuban-born player to score a Premier League goal.

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NK Asamoah is a Ghanaian Entertainment Blogger, Social Media Commentator, and a Software Engineer. He loves to read and record videos. He gained prominence among bloggers in Ghana after promoting BET Nominee Kwesi Arthur in 2017 to win the VGMAs and also head for the Black Entertainment Awards. CONTACT: atokwamena184@gmail.com

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