Late Bruno Fernandes penalty help Manchester United beat Brighton & Hove Albion 3-2 at the Amex Stadium in a keenly contested affair.

First-half penalty from Neal Maupay put the Seagulls ahead but that lead only took two minutes before a lofted cross by Bruno Fernandes forced an own-goal from Lewis Dunk, to draw level.

Manchester United came-back stronger in the second-half of the game, as a maradona-esque move from Marcus Rashford put the Red Devils in front for the first in the game.

Brighton fought-hard, to level things up, their fight eventually paid-off as Solly March scored for them.

The Red Devils earned a late penalty, Bruno Fernandes comfortably converted the spot-kick, to help the Red Devils win.