Bournemouth 1-3 Man Utd Highlights
Zlatan Ibrahimovic scored in his Manchester United debut as Jose Mourinho’s men notched their first win of the season.
Juan Mata opened the scoring with a tap-in after Simon Francis’ error.
Wayne Rooney headed the second before Zlatan Ibrahimovic marked his United league debut with a goal from 25 yards.
Adam Smith scored a consolation goal for the Cherries.
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81′ – Substitution – Bournemouth, Lewis Cook (OFF), Max Gradel (ON)
76′ – Substitution – Manchester United, Juan Mata (OFF), Henrikh Mkhitaryan (ON)
69′ – Goal – Adam Smith absolutely wallops one into the top corner from about 14 yards out. David de Gea didn’t stand a chance.
67′ – Substitution – Bournemouth, Callum Wilson (OFF) Lewis Grabban (ON)
64′ – Goal – Zlatan Ibrahimovic lines one up from 25 yards and it flies across Artur Boruc on the bounce and into the corner.
59′ – Goal – Antonio Valencia crosses to Martial, who hits his shot into the ground and it’s going wide before it bounces right in front of Wayne Rooney to head home from close range.
40′ – Goal – Francis plays a woeful backpass to Artur Boruc, which Juan Mata latches onto. Boruc saves the stabbed effort but the rebound then comes off the unfortunate Francis and into Mata’s path to tap into an empty net.
Kick off: 13:30 BST
Venue: Vitality Stadium
Date: 14 Aug 2016
Bournemouth are unbeaten in their last four home meetings with Manchester United in all competitions (W2, D2), including a 2-1 Premier League win in 2015-16.
Bournemouth only won one of their last eight matches (W1, D1, L6) in their debut season in the top flight, finishing 16th.
The Cherries lost all five of the Premier League games that they played on a Sunday in 2015-16.
Manchester United have won 15 of their 24 opening fixtures in the Premier League, a joint-high with Chelsea.
Four of United’s five opening day defeats in the Premier League have come away from home.
Jose Mourinho has won six and drawn one of his previous seven Premier League opening fixtures.
Wayne Rooney has scored six goals on the opening weekend, more than any other player currently in the Premier League.
Henrikh Mkhitaryan assisted a league-high 15 goals in the German Bundesliga last season.