Goals from Daniel James and Bruno Fernandes earned Manchester United a 3-1 win against Newcastle United as they returned to second place in the table.
Marcus Rashford put them ahead on 30 minutes when he nutmegged Emil Krafth, beat him again inside the penalty area and drilled the ball beyond goalkeeper Karl Darlow at his near post.
But Allain Saint-Maximin equalised six minutes later, when he fired into the roof of the net after Harry Maguire had failed to clear Joe Willock’s centre.
James restored the hosts’ lead with a low shot on 57 minutes, after Fernandes had touched on Nemanja Matic’s ball across the box.
And Fernandes confirmed the victory from the penalty spot with 15 minutes left, following Willock’s foul on Rashford.
Man Utd are on 49 points, ahead of third-placed Leicester City on goal difference and 10 behind leaders Manchester City.
Newcastle stay 17th on 25 points, three above Fulham.