Manchester United have beaten Hully City 3-1 in English football's Premier League.
The result lifted champions United back into second place ahead of Arsenal, who beat fourth-placed Aston Villa 3-0.
Chelsea have 42 points from 19 games, Manchester United are on 40 from the same number and Arsenal have 38 with a game in hand.
Wayne Rooney fired United ahead from close range on the stroke of halftime but allowed Hull back into the game with a woeful back pass in the 58th minute that led to a Craig Fagan penalty.
The England striker redeemed himself when his cross was turned in by Andy Dawson for a 73rd-minute own goal that put United back in front.
Dimitar Berbatov made it 3-1 by tapping in at the far post eight minutes from time after Rooney had set him up with a perfect pass.