Anthony Martial fear, Lisandro Martinez gesture and more moments missed in Manchester United vs Bournemouth

Casemiro got the scoring underway on 23 minutes with his second goal for the club to hand the Reds a 1-0 half-time lead. Luke Shaw swept home United&aposs second of the night four minutes after the break before Marcus Rashford scored his 12th goal of the season four minutes from time.

United have not conceded at home in four months and are on a six-game winning streak. Erik ten Hag named an altered side for the contest ahead of an FA Cup third-round meeting with Everton, with Antony out injured and Raphael Varane and Tyrell Malacia benched.

The match was not broadcast on TV in the UK, so here a few handful of moments those not in attendance for the game might have missed.

Rousing reception for Martinez

Lisandro Martinez was treated to a standing ovation from teammates and fans as he greeted United fans for the first time since Argentinas World Cup triumph. Supporters delivered a class gesture as the teams walked out, unfurling a huge Argentina flag in recognition of the defenders Qatar accomplishment.

On the flag was a butcher&aposs knife, in reference to the player&aposs nickname &aposThe Butcher&apos. Martinez was named on the bench and came on in the dying embers to a raucous cheer.

Martial heads down tunnel after substitution

There was some concern over the status of Anthony Martial after the striker was taken off for a sixth game in a row. Following his substitution, the attacker headed not to the bench but instead straight down the tunnel.

The Frenchman appeared to take a knock to his face but Erik ten Hag moved to allay fears over another possible injury set-back to his No.9, and said he is hopeful the striker will be available for Friday&aposs FA Cup meeting with Everton.

De Geas embrace with Lindelof

David de Gea made four key saves during the match to keep a 12th clean sheet of the season. After Shaw found the net, he and defender Victor Lindelof made sure to savour the moment together.

The pair enjoyed a big embrace to encapsulate the current mood around Old Trafford under Erik ten Hag. It was Lindelofs first league clean sheet of the season.

United fans mock Bournemouth&aposs stadium

United fans are always creative with their songs from the terraces. Tuesday night was no different with a portion of the Old Trafford faithful taking aim at Bournemouths reduced travelling contingent.

The singing section was moved to the South East stand corner for the night amid the smaller number of visiting fans, prompting them to belt out a chant of &aposone stand bigger than your ground&apos.

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