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  1. Pogba scores penalty after Mata fouled
  2. Martial adds second penalty after being fouled
  3. Pogba & Lingard score from long range
  4. Van Persie pokes in on return to Old Trafford
  5. Result: Inter Milan 1-0 Southampton
  6. Candreva scores winner against run of play

Live Reporting

By Tom Rostance

All times stated are UK

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  1. Good night

    And with that, we head off into the night. 

    Join us tomorrow evening for England women v France women. See you there! 

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    Ah, the 'Michael Carrick is the missing piece of the jigsaw' debate. Every three months. FOREVER. 

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    Khushil Hirani: Surely Mourinho has to look to Carrick to balance the team at Stamford Bridge on Sunday? 

  4. 'Pogba needs time'

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    Manchester United

    Paul Pogba

    More from Jose Mourinho.

    On United's penalties being taken by Paul Pogba and Anthony Martial, he said: 

    "The first penalty taker was Paul. We made that decision and then maybe he didn’t want to repeat (take another soon after).

    "I always give the one who has the responsibility to take it but with freedom for others on the pitch to take one."

    On Pogba's performance: “Two days ago he was the worst player in the Premier League and 48 hours later he is phenomenal. 

    "He needs time. I was in Italy, I know Italian football. To be in Italy for four or five years and come back I was not expecting it to be a click of the fingers for intensity. He needs time."

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  6. 'It is an important victory'

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    Manchester United

    Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho: "It is three points and that is what we needed. We knew after the first defeat it was important to get nine points at home and a few more away so it was a very important victory for us.

    "It was good. They came with a good defensive plan and stopped us for the first period but then after the first two goals, both clear penalties it opened the door for quality.

    "With the fourth goal we stopped and they tried to have a reaction which they did. I am never happy to concede a goal. We lacked a bit of concentration but that is the nature of the players and lots of changes, it is acceptable."

    Jose Mourinho
  7. Penalty save not enough

    Dundalk 1-2 Zenit St Petersburg

    Dundalk conceded two goals in six minutes to slip to defeat against Russian giants Zenit St Petersburg in the Europa League group game in Dublin.

    Robbie Benson's 52nd-minute goal suggested that another famous Dundalk European win was on the cards.

    But a poor clearance by Dundalk keeper Gabriel Sava gifted an equaliser to Robert Mak on 71 and Brazilian star Giuliano soon hit the winner

    Sava saved an injury-time Mauricio penalty but Zenit had done enough.

    Dundalk lose to Zenit St Petersburg
  8. 'Still a long way to go'

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    Manchester United

    Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba: “We wanted the win because it was really important and now we are top of the group and are looking forward to the next game.

    “I told Wayne (Rooney) I wanted to take the penalty and he let me. I am very happy to score that penalty and from a player like him to let me it is big respect so I am very glad.

    “I feel comfortable with all of the team. It is just at the start of the season and there is still a long way to go and we want to go up and do our best and be top of the league.”

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    Jose Mourinho says that he knew his side need to win all of their home games in the Europa League and he is happy with 'two clear penalties.'

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    Paul Pogba says that he or Wayne Rooney are the penalty taker for Manchester United, but he asked to take that one tonight and Rooney gave him the ball. 

    Paul Pogba and Wayne Rooney
  11. As it stands

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    Manchester United are looking good in Group A now. 


    Dundalk 1-2 Zenit St Petersburg

  13. And now to Sunday

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    Simon Stone

    BBC Sport at Old Trafford

    Four goals, a win and a goal for an old favourite.

    As European evenings go at Old Trafford, this was a good one for Manchester United and their fans.

    But Jose Mourinho knows his tricky week is only two-thirds through.

    He has a draw from a trip to Liverpool. Now he must go to Stamford Bridge, the ground he called home for so long, and a meeting with Chelsea that is bound to be emotional, but, given United are slightly off the pace in the Premier League, one he must get something from.

    Jose Mourinho
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    Robin van Persie's name rings out around Old Trafford, he remains a hugely popular player at the club. An embrace with Wayne Rooney and more applause to all four corners as he eventually heads off down the tunnel.

    Robin van Persie salutes the crowd

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    Wayne Rooney is played in, beyond the last man! Poor touch, tackled, cleared.

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    Paul Humphreys: In what other circumstance would a goal against you be given a standing ovation? @Persie_Official deserves it

    Chris Mitchell: It's moments like that that make me feel proud 2b a football fan. Classy from @Persie_Official & equally so from @ManUtd fans

    Colin Reardon: I don't give a flying fig who's scored! We've just lost a home clean sheet! How dare the fans cheer! 

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    Juan Mata, as bright and inventive as ever tonight, is into the area again but his low, hard shot is blocked. No number five. Yet.