Manchester United left late when Marcus met Rashford in injury time to make sure they collected all three points against a formless Bournemouth.
Callum Wilson's opener had been canceled by Anthony Martial, and both sides were ready to share the loot before Rashford's late intervention.
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Marcus Rashford scored in stoppage time when Manchester United beat Bournemouth 2-1
Alexis Sanchez takes a seat … in the stands!
Alexis Sanchez had a rare start as United's number 9 in the absence of Romelu Lukaku after resigning in recent weeks.
The Chilean international started deliberately when he wanted to impress. However, he sat down within the first few minutes, as he cleared the advertising space and landed on the lap of a home fan.
Sanchez accepted it amid cheers from home-care as he put his arm on the fan's shoulder, and smiled as he quickly returned to the action.
Alexis Sanchez sat on the lap of a home trailer at the beginning of the game
Fred's embarrassing dive
The Brazilian midfielder had a day to forget – not least because he was hammered for a ridiculous dive on social media.
Some United fans tried to argue that he had just fallen over, but few were ready to fall on the antics.
A number of football fans urged the Premier League to retroactively engage in the simulation. He got away with it on that occasion, but keep it up and he'll soon get an unwanted reputation.
"We're damned," Mourinho thought
When Callum Wilson came home after only 11 minutes with absolute ease, the signs for United were not good.
Defensively they looked nervous when Bournemouth attacked both wings relentlessly.
And when Wilson made it 1-0, the camera shot to an undisguised Jose Mourinho, who imagined he was mumbling the rest of his coaching staff.
In the end he had nothing to fear …
Rashford Miss has Jose in disbelief!
When Marcus Rashford saw the goal open for him, it seemed inevitable that United would go 2-1.
Ashley Young's free-kick hit the crossbar before Nathan Ake put his body on the line to miraculously block Rashford's shot.
Mourinho was in no mood to complain about Ake's bravery, and instead he had his head in his hands as he complained of the lack of clinical benefit of his attack.
Rashford did well later in the game though …
The united boss Mourinho had his head in his hand as Rashford's shot from Ake was blocked
He turned to his bank, confused, that the golden opportunity had not materialized
Jose Mourinho will pick Jose Mourinho
They did not have to be an expert on body language to know what Mourinho had in mind when he was annoyed at his bench.
Grinning his fingers, fans quickly realized that Mourinho was getting more money after he recently stopped talking about the goals he'd missed in the summer.
Money money money …
Callum Wilson is a man in flames!
The Bournemouth striker enjoys one of his most beautiful season starts throughout his career.
He was very prolific for the Cherries in recent weeks and continued his run against United as he converted Junior Stanislas's flank after 11 minutes.
Wilson is now tied to Eden Hazard with six goals and four assists, meaning that no other player has scored more goals in the Premier League this season.