Mancheter United Player Odion Ighalo bagged a brace as Manchester United moved into the FA Cup quarter-finals with a 3-0 win against Derby County.
With Juan Mata captaining the side in the absence of the injured Harry Maguire, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer made six changes to the side that drew 1-1 with Everton at the weekend.
Wayne Rooney was also captain for Derby after starting against the club where he spent 13 glorious years, with 253 goals for the Red Devils.
According to Evening Standard, it was always going to take time for the Red Devils to gel together and it proved, with so many changes.
Derby began on the front foot, with 18-year-old Louis Sibley inches away from finding the bottom corner from 20 yards out.
Rooney would get his chance to score a memorable goal with a free-kick from 20 yards out, but Sergio Romero made a decent stop in the United goal to deny the 34-year-old.
On goal chances, United squandered an opportunity to go ahead through Ighalo after an error from Max Lowe after the Nigerian saw his effort beaten away.
Goals came, as the visitors did finally open the scoring in fortuitous circumstances.
Two other players that made attempt were Bruno Fernandes and Jesse Lingard, but their attempts charged down, Luke Shaw volleyed towards goal and it took a slight nick off Lingard before looping over Derby goalkeeper Kelle Roos.