Manchester United continued their impressive start to the season under Jose Mourinho after substitute Marcus Rashford grabbed a late winner to help them beat a stubborn Hull City side 1-0 on Saturday.
The youngster tapped in Wayne Rooney's squared cross in the 92nd minute to make it three wins out of three for the Red Devils.
The hosts started the game brightly but were unable to carve out any real chances.
United took control later but it took them until around 32 minutes to test the Hull City goalkeeper.
Paul Pogba's long range shot was well gathered by Jakupovic and two minutes later, the 31- year old comfortably saved a Juan Mata freekick.
Hull City's best moment in the first half came in the 37th minute when Abel Hernandez's header was saved by David de Gea.
With United unable to find a breakthrough, after the break, Mourinho introduced Henrikh Mkhitaryan for French winger Anthony Martial in the 58th minute.
Marcus Rashford also replaced Mata later as the visitors poured forward in search of the winning goal.
United thought they had eventually found the opener when Pogba curled in a shot on goal, but it somehow ended inches wide.
They however scored the winner in added time when Rashord tapped the ball following a pass from Rooney.