Former champions Manchester United have ended their long run without a win in the Premier League following the victory over newly promoted side Norwich City.
Manchester United were without a win for over a month since the league victory over Premier League highflyers Leicester City in September.
The Red Devils have not recorded a Premier League win since the 1-0 win at home to the Foxes courtesy the first half penalty from England international Marcus Rashford.
Since then, Manchester United have played four games without victory until the Norwich City game at Carrow Road on Sunday evening.
Manchester United were beaten by both West Ham United and Newcastle United away from home alongside home draws against Arsenal and league leaders Liverpool.
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The winless run ended with a 3-1 win at the home of Norwich City in a game that saw the Red Devils lose two first half penalties.
Manchester United led 2-0 at the halftime interval despite the missed penalties from Marcus Rashford and Anthony Martial.
The Red Devils got their goals through Scott McTominay and the aforementioned Rashford.
Anthony Martial added a third goal for the visitors in the second half before the consolation goal from Norwich City midfielder Oneal Fernandez.
Manchester United are up to seventh position as a result of the easy win.