Bruno Fernandes scored United's fifth with a free-kick from the edge of the area.
United now have three players with 15+ goals in all competitions (Greenwood, Martial, Rashford) for the first time since the 2012/13 season.
It seems as though Greenwood is well equipped with everything to become a top star for United and so the only thing one would imagine could ruin his career is a horrific injury.
Witnessing Mason Greenwood score his seventh and eighth Premier League goals up close, it was impossible to escape the feeling that the conviction in his finishes was markedly at odds with the actual quality of the chances.
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The latter's 15-goal haul is obviously his best, as this is the first time he's played more than four games in a season.
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A awful start to the second period from the hosts looked to give Bournemouth a route back into the match, with substitute Eric Bailly giving away a penalty Josh King converted shortly before fellow substitute Arnaut Danjuma scored a goal disallowed for him being narrowly offside.
In fact, this is the first time two Manchester United players have scored 10 or more Premier League goals at home in the same season since Carlos Tevez and Cristiano Ronaldo did so back in 2007/08.
The teenager netted his first goal since the restart against Brighton on Tuesday and has continued his good form. Fernandes has scored seven goals and provided five assists in 14 appearances since joining from Sporting Lisbon in January.
Solskjaer's side stayed three points behind third-place Leicester with five games remaining.
Greenwood was the best player on the pitch on a positive afternoon for United, who have now gone on a run of 16 matches without defeat.
The young Englishman has been on fire since the resumption of the Premier League and supporters have loved seeing him flourish.
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