Ole Gunnar Solskjaer extended his winning start as Manchester United manager to seven matches with a 2-1 victory at home to Brighton.
The Norwegian stood alone as having the best record to start a Manchester United managerial career after their win at Tottenham last weekend.
Prior to the crunch Wembley clash, Solskjaer, like Sir Matt Busby, had won his first five matches in charge since being parachuted in to replace Jose Mourinho on an interim basis.
Paul Pogba’s penalty and a sublime strike from Marcus Rashford made it seven in a row for Solskjaer, and, here, Press Association Sport charts them all.
Match One: Cardiff 1 Manchester United 5
Match Two: Manchester United 3 Huddersfield 1
Match Three: Manchester United 4 Bournemouth 1
Match Four: Newcastle 0 Manchester United 2
Match Five: Manchester United 2 Reading 0
Match Six: Tottenham 0 Manchester United 1