Scott McTominay makes Premier League history with his quickfire brace in the first half against Leeds United at Old Trafford. The Manchester United midfielder netted twice inside 160 seconds as the Reds took a 4-1 lead into the interval, before going on to win 6-2.

His first was slammed home, when Bruno Fernandes laid the ball invitingly into his path after Luke Shaw won the ball and fed Marcus Rashford. Soon afterwards, McTominay collected a through ball by Anthony Martial and showed great skill to get it out of his feet before dispatching a clinical finish.

The remarkable start means the Scotland international is the first player in Premier League history to score twice inside the opening three minutes of a match.

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