Marcus Rashford assisted on all three goals as Manchester United defeated Everton 3-1 at Old Trafford on Friday to advance to the fourth round of the FA Cup.
Frank Lampard's team had endured five defeats in six games in all competitions and were quickly down when Rashford superbly set up Anthony to put United ahead 1-0.
Manchester United 3-1 Everton: Rashford shines as Red Devils reach round four
Although Everton equalized when Conner Cody took advantage of a David de Gea slip, Rashford's slick work restored United's lead after Cody tucked an own goal past Jordan Pickford.
United took the lead after just four minutes, with Rashford slipping past his man and producing a precise cross for Anthony to head home
Anthony Martial should have made it 2-0 moments later, but his dipping attempt was just wide of the post.
Rashford did, though, play a key role in United's second goal, as his low pass was beautifully blasted to the byline before Cody turned into his own net.
Ben Godfrey then combined with Alejandro Garnacho to set up Rashford for an opportunity from 12 yards, which he comfortably converted to top off a fantastic performance