Cristiano Ronaldo scored twice for Manchester United in his return to Old Trafford as they beat Newcastle 4-1.
It took the 36-year-old 47 minutes of the first half before he found the back of the net for his former club to give them the lead.
Newcastle’s Javier Manquillo levelled the score with his first goal for Newcastle only for Ronaldo to give United the lead again in the 62nd minute.
Bruno Fernandes scored a stunning long-range shot from outside the box which curled into the top corner. Substitute Jesse Lingard scored the fourth on the brink of full-time.
The win has put United top of the table with 10 points. Newcastle, however, remain in the relegation zone having picked up one point in four games.