Former United trainee Joshua King struck on the stroke of half-time to claim Bournemouth's first goal in nearly six hours and give the Cherries their first win since September. King, who scored the winner in Bournemouth's only previous Premier League win against the Red Devils in 2015, was allowed to chest down Adam Smith's cross into the box before turning Aaron Wan-Bissaka and volleying between David de Gea's legs from close range.
The Cherries carried that momentum into the second half and Harry Wilson twice went close to doubling their lead, before late substitute Mason Greenwood hit the post moments after coming on for United.
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