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Manchester United's dominant victory over Everton

Manchester United returned from the international break with a bang, putting on a scintillating performance to defeat Everton 3-0 at Goodison Park. The Red Devils showcased their attacking prowess, with Garnacho, Rashford, and Martial all finding the back of the net, the first with a spectacular bicycle kick that will be a strong contender for the goal of the season.

Garnacho's Acrobatic Opener

The match exploded into life in just the 3rd minute when young Alejandro Garnacho executed an incredible bicycle kick to open the scoring. The audacious attempt came off a well-placed cross from Diogo Dalot, leaving the Everton supporters and players stunned. The Argentine's goal set the tone for what was to be a dominant display by the visitors.

Rashford's confidence booster

With Manchester United awarded a penalty in the 56th minute, it was Bruno Fernandes who showcased a touch of camaraderie, handing the ball to Marcus Rashford, who had been under pressure to find the net. Rashford made no mistake from the spot, confidently driving the ball home to double United's lead and restore his goal-scoring confidence.

Martial seals the deal

The scoring was rounded off in the 75th minute by Anthony Martial, who benefitted from yet another moment of brilliance by Fernandes. A perfectly weighted ball from the Portuguese maestro found Martial, who showed composure to chip the ball over the advancing goalkeeper, securing a third and final goal for the team.

United's statement of intent

This victory was a statement of intent from Erik ten Hag's side, who have faced criticism for their inconsistent start to the season. With this emphatic win, they not only put on a football clinic but also sent a message to their rivals that they are a force to be reckoned with. The three-goal triumph and a clean sheet away from home is a testament to both their offensive threat and defensive solidity.

Looking ahead

After a turbulent start to the season, Manchester United appears to have found a rhythm, with the international break seemingly having a revitalising effect on the squad. As they climb the Premier League table, the cohesion and confidence displayed against Everton will serve as key ingredients if they are to maintain their form in the forthcoming fixtures.

As Old Trafford prepares to welcome its heroes back, the fans will have plenty to talk about, not least Garnacho's breathtaking goal. Manchester United, however needs to improve overall play to compete with the better opponents.