Manchester United rallied back from two goals down to beat Newcastle United 3-2 in their English Premier League clash at the Old Trafford on Saturday.
The win was Manchester United’s first in five games and the first at home since their 2-1 victory over Leicester City in the opening game of the season.
Brazilian midfielder, Kennedy gave United the lead on seven minutes
Ayoze Pérez’s fine pass gave Kenedy a chance to run at Ashley Young, and the Brazilian cut inside the England international and found the bottom corner to give the visitors the lead.
Yoshinori Muto doubled Rafa Benitez’s side lead three minutes later, his first Magpies goal on his first league start.
Mutō turned in the box and fired a low shot past David De Gea to send the travelling fans wild inside the Old Trafford.
Substitute Juan Mata gave United a lifeline when he curled in a free-kick in the 70th minute.
Anthony Martial equalised for the home side six minutes later.
Martial collected Paul Pogba’s flick and drove a low shot into the bottom corner to level the scores.
Chilean winger, Alexis Sanchez completed the comeback two minutes into stoppage time when he nodded the ball into the net.