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Romelu Lukaku scores his sixth Premier League goal of the season to give Manchester United a hard-fought victory at Southampton.
It is all over. United hang on.
Fraser Forster is up, but Manchester United clear the corner.
Jose Mourinho sent to the stands. Handshakes with all the Southampton staff before disappearing.Copyright: PA
Southampton corner. United fans are panicking.
Another defender on for Manchester United. Daley Blind on, Marcus Rashford off. Can Southampton snatch a dramatic equaliser?
Phil Jones is OK to carry on and into stoppage time we go.
Phil Jones is down and needs treatment after being headed... by team-mate Chris Smalling.
Ander Herrera, a second-half substitute, is booked. It is a needless one for kicking the ball away.
Five minutes plus injury time for United to hang on.
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United have defended just about enough but Southampton have now had about seven chances. United are just not in the game.
Marcus Rashford, who started off so well - we have barely said his name in this half.
These are the chances Southampton have to take. They deserve to. They have been the best team in this half by a long distance.Copyright: Getty Images
Charlie Austin and James Ward-Prowse come on as Southampton go for broke. That's all of their substitutions done now.
Romelu Lukaku in the book after a challenge from behind on Mario Lemina. Seems a harsh one as he got the ball.
Jose Mourinho, hands in pockets, is pacing up and down the technical area. He looks a worried man. He has every reason to be at the moment. Ten minutes left for his side to hang on.
Southampton are pushing men forward, so they will leave themselves vulnerable at the other end. Ander Herrera has a chance to seal the victory for United, but shoots over the top from 15 yards out.Copyright: Reuters
So close yet again to a Southampton equaliser. Oriol Romeu shoots low left-footed from a tight angle. David de Gea looks beaten, but luckily for him the ball goes inches wide.
Another change for Southampton, striker Manolo Gabbiadini coming on. No messing about from Jose Mourinho to that, with Chris Smalling set to come on as an extra defender for the visitors. Henrikh Mkhitaryan is the man to make way.
Corin Wright: The win is all that matters, but watching United invite wave after wave of pressure is horrible as a fan.
Southampton have been on top in this second half, which has been very enjoyable. United hanging on at the moment.