Manchester United beat West Brom 1-0 at Old Trafford thanks to a twice taken penalty by Bruno Fernandes.
The win moves the Red Devils up to ninth in the table, the Baggies however remain in the relegation zone and are yet to win this season.
Sportsmail runs the rule over both teams' performances...
Manchester United (4-2-3-1):
David De Gea - 7
Had one first half save to make, from Grant, and made it well and did likewise from Townsend soon after the restart.
David de Gea made two quality saves to preserve his clean sheet for Manchester United
Aaron Wan-Bissaka - 5
Quiet going forward for once and, when he did, he was badly out of position when Robinson struck the bar for the visitors.
Victor Lindelof - 6
Better display than of late with a couple of well-timed challenges and some good positional decision making.
Harry Maguire - 6
Couple of very good early challenges, one of which set up a counter but caught out for the 'penalty' Albion won and were then denied.
Alex Telles - 6
First taste of Premier League football and looked solid defensively. Failed to make an impact going forward, however.
Alex Telles was solid if not spectacular on his Premier League debut at Old Trafford
Nemanja Matic - 6
Steady as usual, chose the simple options and read the game well without making a major mark on proceedings.
Fred - 6
Did a lot of the fetching and carrying that kept United in possession but lacked the vision to make an impact.
Juan Mata - 5
Supposed to add much-needed creativity but despite a couple of neat touches was the obvious man to be first subbed.
Bruno Fernandes - 8
Fortunate to escape a penalty call for a trip on Gallagher and doubly fortunate with United’s own penalty. But still easily their best player.
Marcus Rashford - 6
Quiet first half but close to opening the scoring with an intelligent and