An injury-time goal from substitute Alejandro Garnacho secured Manchester United a 2-1 victory over Fulham at Craven Cottage on Sunday.
United had taken a first-half lead through Christian Eriksen's sliding finish from a low Bruno Fernandes cross.
Fulham had levelled just after the hour mark when substitute Daniel James – a former United player – finished a perfect Tom Cairney ball into the six-yard box.
But it was another substitute that proved the match winner with 18-year-old Argentine Garnacho toe-poking home in the 93rd minute with practically the last kick of the match. It was a harsh end for Fulham who deserved at least a point.
The Premier League now takes a six-week break because of the Qatar World Cup, which begins on November 20, with no domestic top-flight matches until December 26.
The win leaves United fifth, 11 points behind leaders Arsenal and three points behind fourth-placed Tottenham with a game in hand on Antonio Conte's side.
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