Manchester United FC put their indifferent domestic form behind them as they went top of Group A with a comfortable 1-0 success over Real Sociedad de Fútbol.
Iňigo Martínez's early own goal was the difference between the teams and secured a second UEFA Champions League home victory for a United side who had failed to win their last two Old Trafford outings in the Premier League. The result is that United moved a point clear at the Group A summit, their tally of seven points in stark contrast to the Basque club's none.
It was important we won after Saturday's result. We defended well and we created a lot of chances. On another day we'd have won more comfortably.
Wayne Rooney, Manchester United forward
When you concede a goal so early it is very difficult to turn the game around. United were the better team and you cannot argue with their victory.
Jagoba Arrasate, Real Sociedad coach
|1||De Gea (GK)||1||Bravo (GK)|
|6||J. Evans||6||Iñigo Martínez|
|10||Xabi Prieto (C)|
|24||de la Bella|
|13||Lindegaard (GK)||13||Zubikarai (GK)|
|David Moyes (SCO)||Jagoba Arrasate (ESP)|
|Bas Nijhuis (NED)|