Michael Carrick delivers vintage pass in Manchester United’s win over Watford

Michael Carrick’s 464th and final Manchester United appearance featured a vintage moment via a sweet pass that created Marcus Rashford’s first‑half winner. The midfielder had walked out to a guard of honour and on 80 minutes strode off the turf for a last time to a standing ovation.

This first home game since Sir Alex Ferguson’s brain haemorrhage featured a note of best wishes on the programme and the home crowd rising midway through the second half while chanting: “Stand up for Alex Ferguson”.

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