English professional footballer Jesse Lingard clinched twice for Manchester United to defeat Arsenal 3-1 and keep speed on Saturday in the English Premier League title tournament.
Goalkeeper David de Gea showed outstanding presentation in the game.
United’s primary two goals came early on from shoddy play in control by Arsenal.
Antonio Valencia cut off a poor pass from opponent Laurent Koscielny that was destined for wing back Sead Kolasinac. In the fourth minute, Valencia kicked off a short shot that went in amid goalkeeper Petr Cech’s legs.
In the 11th minute of match, Lingard twofold the lead following Arsenal protector Shkodran Mustafi sent the ball apart in United’s half.
Arsenal came back into the game in the 49th minute of match when United supporter Marcos Rojo made attempt and couldn’t able to play Lacazette out of line.
Later, Pogba appeared for a stamp on Hector Bellerin’s leg which states the Frenchman will fail to see the Manchester derby.
In 11 games, it was United manager Jose Mourinho’s first away triumph against the “Big Six” and the first home defeat for the Gunners after conquering their last 12. Arsenal reached to fifth position after the game.