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Manchester United teenager James Wilson makes short work of Hull City in 3-1 Premier League win

Wednesday, 7 May 2014 - 9:37am IST | Agency: ANI

Johannesburg: Manchester United has again returned to winning ways under interim manager Ryan Giggs following a 3-1 win at Old Trafford to Hull City on Tuesday in the Premier League.

The game saw teenager James Wilson debut at Old Trafford, captain Nemanja Vidic made his last home appearance, and there was also a late cameo from United great Giggs in probably the last home game of his interim role, ahead of the anticipated appointment of Louis van Gaal.

According to Sport24, Wilson scored once in each half, with substitute Robin van Persie adding a late third after Matty Fryatt had replied for FA Cup finalists Hull as United signed off with a positive home result following a wretched season.

Giggs chose to name himself and Vidic among the United substitutes, but the biggest surprise on the team-sheet was the presence of 18-year-old Wilson and 20-year-old Tom Lawrence in the hosts' starting XI.Vidic will join Inter Milan on a free transfer after United's last game at Southampton on Sunday, the report added. 

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