Manchester United temporarily rose to third place in the English Football League, by defeating its guest Everton, struggling to avoid relegation 2-0, on Saturday, in the opening of the 30th stage of the England Football Championship.
With its second successive victory, United raised its tally to 56 points, 16 ahead of leaders Arsenal, who beat Liverpool on Sunday, and three ahead of Newcastle, who later beat Brentford and may regain third place on goal difference.
And he scored the winning goals for the team of Dutch coach Eric ten Hag, Scottish midfielder Scott McTominay (36), and French substitute Anthony Martial (71).
United, who rested the heart of the French defense, Rafael Varane, and replaced him with Harry Maguire, is preparing to face Seville, Spain, next Thursday, in the first leg of the European League quarter-finals (Europa League), and will play the cup semi-final against Brighton on the 23rd of this month at Wembley Stadium.
The Danish maker, Christian Eriksen, also recovered his participation in the last quarter of an hour after an absence due to injury, while Rashford, who scored 28 goals this season, limped off in the last ten minutes.