Cristiano Ronaldo scored his 700th club goal as Manchester United came from behind to record a 2-1 win over Everton in the Premier League on Sunday evening.
Alex Iwobi’s brilliant strike with just five minutes on the clock sent the Toffees ahead at Goodison Park, but Antony’s third Man United goal levelled the scores in the 15th minute, before Ronaldo came off the bench to score for the first time in the league this season just before the interval.
The result has moved the 20-time English champions into fifth spot in the Premier League table, one point behind fourth-placed Chelsea, while Everton sit 12th, boasting 10 points from their first nine matches.
Antony became the first United player to score in his first three Premier League games when he levelled after being sent through by Martial.
The evening would have been more comfortable for the visitors had Marcus Rashford not had a goal disallowed for handball eight minutes from time and it took an acrobatic clearance from David de Gea to deny Amadou Onana and preserve their victory.