Bolton   0

Man United   5

Hernandez (5, 58), Rooney (20, 25, 68)

10 September 2011 Reebok Stadium | Attendance: 25,944

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Bolton
22Jaaskelainen
38Boyata
24Cahill
12Knight
4Robinson
7Eaglessub21
16Daviesyellow card
19Reo-Coker
10Petrov
14Daviesyellow cardsub24
17Klasnicsub9
Subs:
1Bogdan
6Muamba
21Pratleysub7
31Wheater
9Sanlisub17
24Ngogsub14
28Kakuta
Man United
1De Gea
4Jones
5Ferdinand
6Evanssub12
3Evra
17Nani
8Anderson
23Cleverleysub16
18Youngsub11
10Rooneygoalgoalgoal
14Hernandezgoalgoal
Subs:
13Lindegaard
9Berbatov
11Giggssub18
16Carricksub23
12Smallingsub6
20Fabio
7Park

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Read our individual ratings after another excellent team display at Bolton...

David De Gea
Made a mockery of pre-match speculation over his inclusion, proving decisive throughout and making rock-solid saves when Bolton sporadically threatened.

Phil Jones
The boy is fast looking a sensation. Having shone at centre back, the summer signing showed that he can also star as a marauding right-back too, notching a pair of assists and rarely putting a foot wrong.

Jonny Evans
Another impressive outing from the Northern Ireland international, who withstood the bulky prowess of Kevin Davies in almost total comfort.

Rio Ferdinand
A serene return to action for the veteran defender, who came back from a two-match absence to lend invaluable experience to the Reds' backline.

Patrice Evra
Withstood a poor challenge from Davies early on and dominated his battle with ex-Red Chris Eagles, bombing forward repeatedly to help out in attack.

Nani
Teased and tormented Paul Robinson all afternoon, putting in an unplayable cross for Chicharito's opener and playing a part in four of the Reds' five goals.

Tom Cleverley
A nightmare for the youngster, who was given just five minutes before a poor tackle from Kevin Davies curtailed his afternoon and his start to the season.

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