Posted: 18:45 GMT, 2 February 2021 | Updated: 22:15 GMT, Jan. February 2021

The Southampton boss gave Jankewitz his Premier League debut on Saturday against Aston Villa as a substitute in the 89 Minute, and his first start at Old Trafford was just as short

Manchester United scored eight goals for Southampton, which were reduced to nine over the course of the game

Alexandre Jankewitz saw red from referee Mike Dean after a shocking challenge just two minutes after his first league start

Only 82 seconds had passed when Scott McTominay intercepted Stuart Armstrong’s passport and took on a 50:50 challenge with the Swiss teenager

For reasons only known to him, Jankewitz went over the top and sank his right boot into McTominay’s left thigh

It was an incredibly reckless challenge and the suit of the card was never in doubt – least of all with Mike Dean. Nice or not, the United players didn’t have to put pressure on the referee

One goalkeeper – Tim Flowers – was sent off quicker. Three substitutes also step forward Keith Gillespie, Steven Gerrard and Dave Kitson But no outfield player saw red so early in a game in Premier League history

The bolt marks were evident on McTominay’s thigh when he was treated, as was the look of utter disbelief on Hasenhuttl’s face when Jankewitz got out early

His night was over, but the Saints knew the punishment was just beginning. They were injured and had come here to fill in the gaps with Academy players like Jankewitz and Kayne Alexandre also starting his second division

Anthony Martial came off the bench to score two goals and help United on their way to a total loss in Southampton

At halftime they were four and Hassenhuttl must have feared a repeat of the 9-0 humiliation he suffered from Leicester City 15 months ago

It was a welcome break for United after a disappointing run in which they lost seven points in four games and passed the initiative on to Manchester City in the title race

Solskjaer’s side had problems at Old Trafford this season, but suddenly they had it and they did it

Games like this are yet to be won and United have been ruthless in the way they cut the 10 men

Che Adams thought he scored a goal when the game was 4-0 but he was judged narrowly offside and it was disqualified

It took Marcus Rashford 17 minutes to pass the ball to Luke Shaw, who scored a cross Aaron Wan-Bissaka arrived unmarked to hit it for the first time and his efforts started from the far post

The second goal came in 25 Minute after another good run by Shaw, he pushed the ball at Mason Greenwood – preferred to Paul Pogba last night – and his retreat selected Rashford, whose attempt twisted past goalkeeper Alex McCarthy

Nobody thought about making a comeback at this point – probably even about the Saints themselves – but an opportunity arose when Edinson Cavani unnecessarily rattled on the edge of the box against Moussa Djenepo David de Gea was forced to make an excellent save, to keep James Ward-Prowse off the free kick, and his night work was almost done

It’s been a terrible night for Jan Bednarek, who scored an own goal and then received a potentially hard red card

When the ball in 34 When Ward-Prowse was deflected in a duel, Rashford crossed the edge of the six-yard box and Jan Bednarek stuck the ball in his own net with one outstretched left leg as he tried to clear

At least one miscarriage gave the failed United strikers a chance to rebuild their confidence in front of goal and Cavani, who made two blatant mistakes at Arsenal on Saturday, came on before the break from Shaw’s inviting cross

Solskjaer took the opportunity to make changes at halftime and sent Donny van der Beek and Anthony Martial Dan James soon followed

It was Van der Beek’s foul and yellow card that allowed Ward-Prowse to score a free kick that ended in Che Adams’s second attempt However, this was lucky for the Saints and was ruled out for a marginal offside position

Bruno Fernandes scores from the penalty spot after Southampton received the second red card of the game

United wasn’t done yet, however, and Martial fired a shot into the top of the net after taking a pass from Bruno Fernandes on his chest and shaking Bednarek off before McTominay shot home from the edge of the box past an unsightly McCarthy The Keeper of the Saints had saved from Greenwood

The game ended as it began when Dean brandished a red card – this time to the unfortunate Bednarek for a challenge against Martial, who went down very easily

Fernandes switched off and then Martial and James scored late goals for the Premier League’s biggest win ever

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Fernandes is a nice forward ball from Greenwood and James hits with the outside of his shoe

89 min: Another cross from the Martial flank pushes it down again and turns the ball into the back of the net

87 min: He is back on the points sheet Fernandes makes a small jump and rolls him into the net insulting injury

Wow! If you’ve seen the Arsenal game before it’s almost exactly the same incident, he barely cuts him off but reportedly denied a scoring chance I’ll talk a lot about it tonight and until tomorrow

VAR looks to Martial goes down pretty easily, but it looks like Bednarek caught him

80 min: Greenwood shoots a shot across the ground, but it’s right at the goalkeeper. He’d like to reach a goal to force his way into a regular start

74 min: end-to-end things! Martial has almost a second to throw it over the goalkeeper, but the spin only gets it excruciatingly far

73 min: Adams has to score! Redmond passes him a perfect ball and Adams has so much aim to achieve, but he shoots it over the bar

It has been almost 10 years since United scored six or more goals in the league on the day they beat Arsenal 8-2

71 min: And another one. It’s a beautiful blow that bubbles over the ground from 20 meters away, and McCarthy, who had just rescued from close range, cannot get close to it

69 min: Hammer blow He uses his strength well to knock the ball down under pressure, take a touch and then shoot it at the top of the net

64 min: Adams plays a great ball through to Danny Ings, and Wan-Bissaka does so well to scare him off and attack him before he can get a shot away. He could even have injured himself as part of his efforts

62 min: Southampton defends better in the second half and forces United to take a more central position, but the home team could also slow down a bit

United’s third submarine, but there is still half an hour Ole is optimistic that he will not get any injuries

54 min: They got one back, but no smile, just a quick fist pump Or at least they thought they did VAR checks if he’s offside that would be brutal

It’s so hard, it’s armpits again, maybe the skin of his kneecap, and Southampton has nothing to do again

51 min: Martial and Fernandes play a few short passes together, get in, but the shot is twisted around the post,

49 min: So far more of it United takes advantage of its additional man by pushing the ball far, changing the game and placing crosses in the penalty area

Very good from United, obviously supported by that ridiculous red card in the second minute

Southampton will do everything in their power to avoid a repeat of the 9-0 game against Leicester a few years ago that also had an early red card

Stephens got a card when he stood in the wall, not immediately clear why, and Ramsay got a yellow for his role in the duel

VAR got a check and they say he’s just outside the box Free kick only!

Fernandes is running low on that, but the wall cannot be fooled and is back for a push in the end

Cavani is brought straight to the line VAR checks whether it is a pen or a free kick

39 min: This time, however, unstoppable Cavani, who is always on the move, finds space in the box and directs a beautiful header straight into the lower left corner

38 min: It’s almost four, but Cavani can’t get the ball past Ramsay after another good cross from the cross at the near post

34 min: Hasenhuttl wants to be somewhere else Fernandes sends a strong cross from the right and it is so fast that Bednarek cannot direct his clearance anywhere but at goal Fred is waiting for a tap right behind him

32 min: Fernandes saves McCarthy well, dives to his left and forces a corner. It immediately comes back in his direction and Stephens has to pull off a diving head to get it away

28 min: Cavani and Djenepo collide hard in the air and it took the latter a while to get up. Ward-Prowse stands over the free kick from close range. He’s pretty good at it

It has tremendous power and he steers it to the top right corner, but De Gea gets a good punch on it to send it far

25 min: 15 of the season for Rashford, and he has just surpassed Eric Cantona on the United scoreboard!

Shaw plays a great pass to Greenwood, making his first return to Rashford who is alone on the penalty spot.Easy enough to make it past McCarthy into the back of the net

23 min: United should have the ball back in the net, but in the end it goes well. Shaw sends a free kick into another good area, but several red shirts were still offside

18 min: Ings is not a defender and he doesn’t follow Wan-Bissaka’s run fast enough. Shaw sends the ball into the penalty area and drops it into a very dangerous area The connection with the full-back ends with a simple goal for United Game is over? Probably

17 min: Southampton has its first attack of the game and Ward-Prowse sees a chance to strike from 25 yards, but it just rolls away and far

15 min: Nice ball from McTominay into the penalty area, but it is well defended by Bednarek while Cavani lurks right behind him for a tip

13 min: Luke Shaw has given up all pretexts of defense and plays with Rashford. At the moment there are a lot of Southampton shirts in the way, but they are already very deep and get tired easily

10 min: It’s going to be a long night for Southampton United is housed on the sidelines and even Danny Ings is back to help out on the defense

Jankewitz is only the fourth player in history to be sent off within 2 minutes of a Premier League game starting. Stupid man!

7 min: Slick has passed United so far, a man on the end product isn’t quite there yet as Fred tries a shot from range that goes a little high and far

4 min: United comes forward immediately with Rashford who has room to run behind the defense and trying to find Fernandes but Southampton comes back just in time. Could Rashford have shot there instead?

Jankewitz comes in so late, ridiculously high on McTominay. Southampton is already crippled by an injury and now immediately dropped to 10

Players kneel to highlight the ongoing fight against racism And let’s go!

Southampton have been badly hit by injuries but they still pose a threat to United who will be hungry for goals tonight

Newcastle will face Crystal Palace at the same time tonight. We’ll have updates from that game for you here too, so stay tuned

🚨 TEAM NEWS 🚨A change from Saturday’s win at Goodison Park when Ciaran Clark replaced the injured Jamaal LascellesHWTL! ⚫️⚪️

Not long now The players are finishing their warm-ups and will soon be ready to start on the field

Paul Pogba will be on the bench tonight Solskjaer says there is nothing to worry about, he’s just resting the midfielder after playing nine games in the last month

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Both teams need a win tonight Manchester United have lost at the top of the league thanks to a loss to Sheffield United and a draw with Arsenal

Meanwhile, Southampton have lost three straight times despite showing signs of improvement against Aston Villa over the weekend

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