Marcus Rashford broke Hull City hearts to steal a dramatic victory on behalf of Manchester United, as the youngster netted a last-gasp winner on a rainy evening in Northern England.
Hull City 0-1 Manchester United
His stoppage time goal was enough to breach the deadlock after more than 90 minutes of courageous defending from the Tigers.
Not so long after Huddlestone's shot fizzed away from the goal, Manchester United would begin to flex their muscle and dictate possession, although they couldn't do much with it due to the robust defensive efforts of the hosts. Snodgrass' free-kick whistled wide to respond, before his game took a quick pause after crashing into the post when trying to find the ball.
As things continued to dampen by each passing minute, attempts were few and far between, with Pogba blasting over, and de Gea clutching on gratefully to Hernandez's header. At the half-time whistle, it was a game suffering a drought of intensity, even though the pitch was as soaked as they come.
David de Gea could not have been blamed for falling asleep at the other end with virtually no action to supervise around his goal. Hull City were already preparing to buckle up and grind out the draw, other than Diomande and Hernandez, who bravely worked their way upwards when opportunities were presented.
Martial and Pogba couldn't find the target, while Rooney struck the side netting but still the penny wouldn't drop for Manchester United. It almost did for the Tigers, though, when de Gea was a mere bystander after a deflection from a long-range shot which came off Bailly and whizzed past the goal.
David Meyler came so close to stunning them in stoppage time in what could have been the biggest of plot twists, blasting over the bar after Diomande's pass across the goal. But on the following attack, it was United who stole the victory.
Wayne Rooney got the better of Elmohamady down the left wing, acing into the area where he passed across goal, with Marcus Rashford getting into the perfect place to knock it home and hand the Red Devils a massive, last-gasp winner. He celebrated with the fans, with some even getting over the barrier, a punishing and heartbreaking blow for the Tigers as the stadium fell silent.
And eventually, after another run down the similar area this time by Rashford came to little, the sounding of the full-time whistle would add another heroic moment to the collection for the youngster, while Hull were washed out after a respectable display.