BRIGHTON TEAM NEWS
Starting XI: Ryan, Lamptey, Dunk, Duffy, Burn, Montoya, Bissouma, Stephens, Propper, Mac Allister, Connolly.
Subs: Button, Schelotto, Bernardo, Gross, Mooy, March, Trossard, Murray, Maupay.
MAN UTD TEAM NEWS
Starting XI: De Gea, Wan-Bissaka, Lindelof, Maguire, Shaw, Matic, Pogba, Greenwood, Fernandes, Rashford, Martial.
Subs: Romero, Bailly, Williams, Fred, Pereira, McTominay, Mata, James, Ighalo.
KICK-OFF! Referee Andre Marriner blows his whistle for both Brighton and Manchester United players to take a knee, before the visitors get the game under way!
First attempt on goal goes Brighton’s way as Stephens shot was rising on its way over the target.
Wan-Bissaka exchanges passes with Greenwood and then finds Pogba who shifts the ball inside to Fernandes whose first-time effort is against the base of the Brighton post.
GOAL! BRIGHTON 0-1 MAN UTD (Greenwood, 17)
Bruno Fernandes steps up to take the free-kick here but aims high.
Man United work the ball from side to side, making Brighton do all the hard running yards.
GOAL! BRIGHTON 0-2 MAN UTD (Fernandes, 29)
Rashford, Greenwood, Martial and Fernandes hunt in unison to win possession back high up the field.
Propper sends a teasing ball in but Pogba just does enough to put the centre-back off as the cross sails behind.
There will be TWO minutes added on
HT: BRIGHTON 0-2 MAN UTD
Double change at the break for Brighton as Maupay and Trossard replace Propper and Lamptey.
GOAL! BRIGHTON 0-3 MAN UTD (Fernandes, 50)
Trossard drives forward and gets his body between Pogba and the ball, luring a free-kick off the United midfielder.
SUBS! Triple change for United as McTominay, Pereira and Williams and replace Fernandes, Pogba and Shaw.
Maupay threads the ball in behind for Connolly to chase but Matic covers well, turning it behind for a corner.
On comes Solly March for the hosts, Aaron Connolly making way.
We’re into added time here. Three extra ones.
90 + 3 min
Manchester United have extended their unbeaten run to 15 matches across all competitions (W11 D4); only Bayern Munich – 25 games – are currently on a longer streak without defeat in Europe’s big five leagues.