Manchester United climbed off the bottom of their Europa League group with an uninspiring win over Ukrainian minnows Zorya Luhansk.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic scored the second-half winner with his first goal in five matches, nodding in substitute Wayne Rooney’s mis-hit shot at the far post.
It was United’s first effort on target, despite dominating at Old Trafford.
Zorya offered little threat, although Sergio Romero had to be alert to save Paulinho’s shot just before the winner.
The Red Devils are among the favourites to win Europe’s secondary club competition, but started the evening at the bottom of Group A following a 1-0 defeat at Dutch side Feyenoord in their opening match.