- Manchester United cruised to a 4-1 triumph over Newcastle United in Cristiano Ronaldo's first game since he joined them last month
- The five-time Ballon d'Or winner scored twice as Fernandes and Lingard also got on the scores sheet
- Meanwhile, Nigerian singer and songwriter, Burna Boy, was a special guest at Old Trafford alongside his mother to support Pogba
Grammy award winner Burna Boy watched as Manchester United demolished Newcastle United at Old Trafford this weekend.
The Nigerian singer and songwriter went wild as Cristiano Ronaldo announced his return with two superb goals.
Ronaldo opened the scoring for the hosts in the added minutes of the opening half and completed his brace two minutes after the hour mark.
One goal each from Bruno Fernandes and Jesse Lingard in the 80th and 92nd minutes respectively concluded the evening for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's men.
Burna was also available to support his close pal, Paul Pogba, who in turn created the assists for his side's last two goals in the latter part of the encounter.
The 30-year-old stormed Old Trafford in the company of his mother in a Louis Vuitton top before changing to United's home jersey with his name and number 23 behind it.
Paul Pogba has now recorded seven assists in just four Premier League matches this campaign and he will hope to achieve more as the season progresses baring unforeseen circumstances.
Meanwhile, the Red Devils are back at the summit of the EPL table with 10 points after four games - the same points as Chelsea who brushed Aston Villa aside at Stamford Bridge.
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Legit.ng earlier reported that Cristiano Ronaldo announced his return to Old Trafford with a brace on his second Manchester United debut in their Premier League meeting against Newcastle United.
The 36-year-old who rejoined the Red Devils on a two-year deal from Juventus during the transfer window opened the scoring for the hosts in the added minutes of the opening half.
Ronaldo scored a rebound from close range after Mason Greenwood's shot from about 25 yards out was stopped by Freddie Woodman moments before the final whistle.
Source: Sports Brief News