Manchester United battled back from a goal down to defeat Everton 2-1 as Cristiano Ronaldo achieved another moment of history

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The Red Devils were humbled 6-3 by Manchester City last Sunday and started this match at Goodison Park in inauspicious fashion

United levelled through Antony, who struck his third goal in three Premier League appearances after being played in by Anthony Martial

The Portugal great made a telling impact, sweeping a low finish beneath Jordan Pickford following Casemiro's pass for his 700th career club goal

Marcus Rashford had a third goal disallowed in the second half but United withstood an aerial onslaught from Everton to claim the three points

Casemiro, starting his first league match, was robbed of the ball by Amadou Onana in his own half, Demarai Gray laid it off to Iwobi

Everton had conceded the fewest goals of any Premier League side before this match, but they had also only scored seven times in their first eight games

Rashford stole in front of Iwobi, hurdled a James Tarkowski challenge and found a way around Pickford to score what he thought was the killer goal