Manchester United maintained their 100% record in the 2015-16 season by beating Aston Villa on Friday night.
The Red Devils secured their second 1-0 win in seven days, thanks to a 29th minute strike from Adnan Januzaj – his first goal since April 2014.
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Januzaj breached an organised Villa defence with the aid of a brilliant Juan Mata pass.
The young Belgium winger still had plenty of work to do after collecting the ball from Mata, though.
He produced a lovely piece of skill to turn Micah Richards, who was making his home debut for Villa.
Januzaj then fired in a low shot, which beat Brad Guzan via a deflection off Ciaran Clark.
United came close to notching another goal midway through the second half, but Memphis Depay spurned an excellent chance to open his account for his new employers when he shot wide from a one-on-one situation.
Depay had a second bite at the cherry moments later, but his firm effort was straight at Guzan.
The win for United means they have taken six points from a possible six, leaving them top of the early-season table.
However, Manchester City, Leicester City, Crystal Palace, West Ham United or Liverpool will likely replace them at the summit later this weekend.