English Premier League
Result: Hull City 0-1 Manchester United
Date: 27 August 2016
Venue: KC Stadium
Marcus Rashford struck in stoppage time to hand Manchester United a 1-0 win over Hull City.
Jose Mourinho named an unchanged line-up for the clash, as Zlatan Ibrahimovic continued to lead the attack.
The Red Devils enjoyed a dominant opening period, as the likes of Paul Pogba and Juan Mata saw a lot of the ball, although chances were hard to come by.
Hull City goalkeeper, Eldin Jakupovic was the busier of the two goalkeepers, although most of the effort directed towards his goal were claimed comfortably.
United nearly broke the deadlock after 37 minutes when Wayne Rooney saw his close range effort blocked on the line by Curtis Davies.
Despite the visitors' dominance, the score remained goalless at the halftime break.
With United struggling to break down Hull, Mourinho introduced Henrikh Mkhitaryan for the in-effective Anthony Martial after 60 minutes.
Hull City had their first openings after 75 minutes as Tom Huddlestone tried his luck with a couple efforts from distance.
The Red Devils pushed for a goal in the closing stages and were rewarded in stoppage time when substitute Rashford slotted home from six-yards out to secure the three points