Manchester United have grabbed a 3-1 win against Brentford in the Premier League on Wednesday.

The Red Devils were able to recover from Brentford’s consistent attempts to score, after important saves from United goalkeeper, De Gea.

In the second half United made the difference with a better style of play, better than the first half attempts that came as a result of the poor performance of Rangnick’s men.

The goals came in a grand style when Cristiano Ronaldo’s superb chest pass helped Bruno Fernandes set up the second unselfishly for Mason Greenwood.

While Teenager Anthony Elanga headed his first goal of the season from Fred’s pass 10 minutes after the break.

Rangnick’s efforts made a positive difference when he made a change, bringing in Marcus Rashford who registered a superb goal with a smooth near-post finish after 77 minutes, with an assist from Fernandes for the second time.

The only goal for Brentford came from Ivan Toney which was a consolatory one for his side.