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Rooney doubles inspires Manchester United to victory over Sunderland

Wayne Rooney's brace saved Manchester United from what could have been a defeat against 10-man Sunderland.
ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno recaps Manchester United's sloppy victory against Sunderland highlighted by Wayne Rooney's brace.
Manchester United boss Louis van Gaal was pleased with his team's performance in the second half.

MANCHESTER, England -- Three thoughts on Manchester United's 2-0 win vs. Sunderland in the Premier League.

1. United labour to another win

It was yet another day when all would seem perfect at Manchester United if you looked just at the result and avoided the actual performance. There remains this deep disconnect between the two, as well as the feeling that it has to snap at some point.

At the same time, it is to their huge credit that they keep persevering, keep going and keep staying in those Champions...

Mark Payne Manchester Utd  By Mark Payne

Young and Rooney star while Di Maria struggles for Manchester United

ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno recaps Manchester United's sloppy victory against Sunderland highlighted by Wayne Rooney's brace.

Manchester United were sloppy, disjointed, sterile and dull but still managed to squeeze a victory out of an accommodating Sunderland side.

The decisive moment of the match came when Old Trafford old boys John O'Shea and Wes Brown combined to give United a penalty, after which the latter was sent off when the former should have been.

Prior to that second-half breakthrough and despite having James Wilson and Juan Mata on the bench, Louis van Gaal was, ludicrously, set to turn to Marouane Fellaini...