Manchester United faced Leeds United in their second pre-season friendly and came away with a comfortable 4-0 win. Although Leeds were not a full strength side, the comprehensive win would give Red Devils some much needed confidence.
Here are three things we learned from Manchester United's 4-0 win over Leeds United.
3. Wan-Bissaka impresses again
Aaraon Wan-Bissaka teamed up well with Mason Greenwood on the right, with the duo having a goal and an assist between them. The right-back has at least in pre-season, shown that he is well worth the money that United spent on him and fans will be hoping they will no longer need to depend on an aging Ashley Young for most of the season.
2. Under-strength Leeds
Although Leeds left many of their senior players back home to work on their fitness, manager Marcelo Bielsa will not be happy with the performance. While a win may have been too much to ask, the manner in which the goals were conceded may be something the manager will need his players to work on.
1. Rashford and Pogba
Although Paul Pogba's future still seems to be up in the air, the Frenchman showed none of the casualness of last season and was on top of the game throughout his time on the pitch. Fans would be hoping that this would be consistent throughout the season as a firing Pogba is a great weapon to have.
Meanwhile, Marcus Rashford is showing that he will most likely be the number one striker in the team, possibly hastening the departure of Romelu Lukaku.