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Luke Shaw got a rare start for United, while Wayne Rooney made his first starting line-up of 2017

Marcos Rojo scored his first Premier League goal for Manchester United to give his side the lead at Old Trafford

Manchester United captain Wayne Rooney leads his side out at Old Trafford, making his first Premier League start since December

Phil Jones gave Bournemouth lifeline back into the game when he brought down Marc Pugh inside the penalty area

French forward Anthony Martial tries to score but Steve Cook does everything he can to get in the way of the ball

Paul Pogba had a quiet first half at Old Trafford, he was unable to make an impact on a touchy and aggressive 45 minutes against Bournemouth

Rojo pointed his fingers in delight after securing his first English league goal, which for a short-while gave United the lead on Saturday

Valencia pictured (right) with Marcus Rojo has now provided six assists in all competitions from his right back position for Manchester United this term

Mings lies on the floor as medics rush to his aid after he was elbowed by Ibrahimovic's just before half-time

Marcos Rojo's opener seen here

Andrew Surman was shown a second yellow card - but then wasn't immediately given a red card to send him off

After three minutes of further arguing, referee Kevin Friend then went back to Surman to show the red card and send him off

Unhappy Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho walks off after the match

Marcus Rojo celebrates with his team-mates after diverting Antonio Valencia's initial shot past the keeper

Pictured seconds later, the pair clashed again in the box when Ibrahimovic elbowed Mings in the face as they jumped for the ball

Joshua King fired the ball from the spot, high above David de Gea to level the match up at 1-1

The breakthrough eventually came when Rojo diverted Valencia's shot past Boruc to give the home side a 1-0 lead

It appeared Bournemouth player Tyrone Mings was angry over something as he stamped his boot on Ibrahimovic's head

Photo credit- Daily Mail UK

Should Tyrone Mings and Zlatan Ibrahimovic have been sent off?

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