Man United's Jesse Lingard dribbles past multiple Watford defenders and scores to make it 4-2 against Watford.
After Arsenal give up the ball in their own half, Man United orchestrate a quick attack which ends with a Jesse Lingard goal to make it 2-0.
Jesse Lingard Goal vs Watford 4-2
Jesse Lingard 4-2 !!!!!!!!!!! INSANE solo Goal
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Man United's Paul Pogba gets around Arsenal's Laurent Koscielny and finds Jesse Lingard alone in front of goal to make it 3-1.
Arsenal vs Manchester United 1-3 - All Goals & Extended Highlights - Premier League 02/12/2017 HD Goals: Alexandre Lacazette 49', Antonio Valencia 4', Jesse Lingard 11' 63'. England, Premier League Arsenal vs Manchester United 5:30pm Saturday 2nd December Emirates Stadium (Att: 59547) Player ratings Arsenal: Cech (6), Koscielny (6), Mustafi (5), Monreal (5), Bellerin (6), Ramsey (6), Xhaka (5), Kolasinac (6), Ozil (6), Sanchez (6), Lacazette (6). Subs: Iwobi (6), Welbeck (6), Giroud (6). Man Utd: De Gea (9), Valencia (7), Lindelof (7), Smalling (7), Rojo (7), Young (8), Matic (8), Pogba (7), Lingard (8), Martial (7), Lukaku (7). Subs: Herrera (6), Darmian (6), Rashford (N/A). Man of the Match: David de Gea
English Commentary By FOOTBALL MINDS ARS 1-3 MUN Highlights & Goals 02 December 2017. 0-1 Valencia 0-2 Jesse Lingard 1-2 Lacazette 1-3 Lingard ARSENAL 1 MANCHESTER UNITED 3: DE GEA STARS AS UNITED SURVIVE POGBA DISMISSAL Jesse Lingard scored twice but Manchester United relied on goalkeeper David de Gea to clinch victory over Arsenal on Saturday. Manchester United survived the second-half dismissal of Paul Pogba to end Arsenal's 12-game winning run at home in the Premier League with a 3-1 victory at Emirates Stadium - but only thanks to the brilliance of David de Gea. The Premier League heavyweights took part in a slugfest in the English capital, with Jose Mourinho's side somehow surviving some seriously heavy punishment to run out victors and close the gap on leaders Manchester City to five points. United capitalised on some poor defending to race out to a 2-0 lead, Antonio Valencia and Jesse Lingard punishing early Arsenal mistakes, before Alexandre Lacazette - a surprise selection after Arsene Wenger had said he would be sidelined for the fixture - halved the deficit early in the second half. However, Arsenal's bid for a third straight home win over their rivals ran aground against the rock-like De Gea, who produced a string of outstanding saves either side of the break to keep his team in front. Lingard's second of the game in the 63rd minute restored a two-goal cushion and, while Pogba saw red for a stamp on Hector Bellerin that will rule him out of next weekend's Manchester derby, United held firm to triumph on their travels. Arsenal will wonder quite how they ended up with nothing from a pulsating encounter, albeit their problems were all of their own making when a side who had previously only conceded four league goals at home in the season gifted their opponents a 2-0 lead inside 11 minutes
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